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How to use Emotional Learning Cards

06 Jul 2017

Demonstration workshop for personal and professional development

  • Venue

    Stuart Hall Library

  • Time:

    18:00 - 20:00

  • Admission

    £25 per person (or £35 including our new set of cards, 'Let’s talk about Values')

  • More information:

    Jenny Starr, Business & Development Manager

    0207 749 1247 / jstarr@iniva.org

Image: Shiraz Bayjoo, Democracy. Lithographic print from original acrylic watercolour on paper with photographic image. © Shiraz Bayjoo

On Thursday 6 July art therapist and a psychoanalytic psychotherapist Lyn French (director of A Space, Hackney) and Georgina Evans (art psychotherapist and visiting lecturer at Roehampton University) will conduct an experiential workshop on creative, hands-on ways to use our Emotional Learning Cards. The ideas and approaches featured will be ones which can be adapted to suit any age group.

Lyn’s roots lie in the first European settler communities in Canada while Georgina was born in Nigeria; both explore ideas relating to the politics of identity in their work as creative therapists.

The workshop is open to all and will consider ways to open up conversation, creative thinking as well as inspiring art-making.

Let’s Talk about Values is the latest emotional learning resource in our series. Lyn will be using examples from this set as well as others in our series. Book a ‘with cards’ ticket and get a copy of our new set for £10 (normally £17.95).

Places are limited so early booking via Eventbrite is advised.

Eventbrite - Emotional Learning Cards workshop

For more information on the Emotional Learning Cards visit Iniva Creative Learning or email jstarr@iniva.org.

Emotional Learning Cards feature images of international contemporary art together with questions and suggestions for activity and discussion. They are a fantastic means through which to open up important personal and social conversations with young people but can equally be used as a refreshing introduction to contemporary art. Our cards are used all over the world by teachers, art therapists, counsellors, parents, artists and gallery educators.