Dive In to Expressive Arts

August 29 - September 2, 2018

Dive in to Expressive Arts, whether for the first time, or as an opportunity to renew your creative connection! Immerse yourself in the power and beauty of the expressive arts modalities, including visual art, movement, sound, music, rhythm, drama, writing, guided meditation, and ceremony in nature.

In a supportive retreat atmosphere, and spectacular natural setting, set an intention and follow the thread of your own creative process through a series of expertly guided arts experiences. With a rich array of art materials to choose from, create a finished visual art piece filled with personal meaning and power, which holds the energy of this five day experience. Come away with an embodied understanding of multi-modal expressive arts, and a personal reconnection with your authentic imagery and creative birthright.

No previous experience with the arts is necessary.

Kathleen Horne, MA, LMHC, REACE, REAT is a Registered Expressive Arts Consultant/Educator, and a licensed expressive arts therapist, with 25+ years experience in the field. She is co-founder and core faculty of Expressive Arts Florida Institute, an internationally acclaimed training program and expressive arts practice. expressiveartsflorida.com

Tamara Teeter Knapp, BA, is a certified K-12 Art Teacher and has a varied and extensive background in expressive arts, dance, visual arts and education.

Kathleen and Tamara, along with Victoria Domenichello-Anderson are co-founders and core faculty of Expressive Arts Florida Institute, an internationally acclaimed training program and expressive arts practice. expressiveartsflorida.com 

This program offers training credit for those interested in the field of Expressive Arts.

By providing grounded experiences in visual arts, writing, guided meditation and movement, Kathleen,Tamara and Victoria help others discover and befriend their authentic self in ways that are deep and gentle. I have known the Expressive Arts Florida Institute faculty  for many years as three of the foremost thinkers and teachers in the field of Expressive Arts. They have developed an engaging model of experiential learning that enables students to grow as individuals and to imagine new ways to serve their communities by accessing the creative process.  – Pat B. Allen, Founder of Open Studio Project and Collaborative Inquiry through Art / Author of Art is a Way of Knowing, Art is a Spiritual Path, Cronation