LECTURE: "DREAMS, DESIRE, AND THE LONGING FOR A CREATIVE LIFE"
WORKSHOP: "BUT I CAN'T DRAW!" - BRINGING DREAMS TO LIFE
GEORGIA TRIST, LCSW
DATE: Saturday, May 5, 2018
8:30 A.M. to 9:00 A.M.
9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
Afternoon Workshop (Limit 15 people):
12:00 P.M. (noon) to 3:00 P.M.
PLACE: Ramsey Hall at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
400 Camellia Blvd., Lafayette, Louisiana
NOTE: Please note that the afternoon workshop is limited to 15 people only. The
morning lecture can be attended alone, but to attend the afternoon workshop
you must attend the morning lecture as a prerequisite.
LECTURE: "Dreams, Desire, and the Longing for a Creative Life" ......
In this lecture, Georgia Trist will take us deep into her personal individuation
journey with all its desire, disappointment, and discovery, by sharing her
experience of painting and dialoguing with the images that have come in her
dreams. Her personal story provides us with a living example of Jung's process
of Active Imagination.
WORKSHOP:"But I Can't Draw!"- Bringing Dreams to Life ......
We all have the ability to explore our dreams through the exploration of line and color.
Georgia Trist has designed this workshop to facilitate the opening of new paths to dream
amplification by pleasurably engaging with materials and methods in a supportive
environment. When we help give our dream images forms of visible expression, we get
closer to their potential meaning and life-giving energies.
BIO: Georgia Trist, LCSW ......
Georgia Trist, LCSW, began her adult interest in art in the world of quilting as the owner of The Quilt Cottage
in New Orleans for nearly twenty years. During that time she designed, created, and taught quilting. At mid-life
she returned to graduate school and earned a master's degree in social work at Tulane University. For the next
twenty years she had a private practice as a licensed clinical social worker, using art with her clients as a means
of psychological inquiry and healing. Georgia has been studying with the New Orleans Jungian Seminar for the
past ten years, learning how deeply important art and all forms of creativity are to the human spirit. For the past
five years she has been studying oil painting at Abbey Artworks as St. Joseph's Abbey, combining her interest in
the psychological, spiritual, and artistic realms.
COSTS: Morning Lecture only: $20.00
Morning Lecture/Afternoon Workshop (includes art supplies): $60.00
CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCE: Certificates will be available
PLEASE NOTE: PRE-REGISTERING INFORMATION FOR THIS EVENT,
WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.
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