Permission to Grieve: With Watercolor & Crayon Resist - FREE Online Event
Hosted by Project Grief
Monday, July 13, 2020 from 12:10 - 1:00 PM (MST)
The first step toward healing after a loss, is granting oneself permission to grieve.
This about HOW to do it by creating a simple watercolor art project as a way of granting that permission.
Even if you’re a total beginner, art is an incredible tool for healing.
During this virtual event, you’ll:
1.) LISTEN about the importance of granting yourself permission to grieve
2.) LEARN some ideas on HOW to do it
3.) TRY IT OUT for yourself with a simple watercolor & crayon resist activity.
Materials: Watercolors (tubes, cakes, or even that 8 color Crayola kid set will do),
Watercolor paper, watercolor brush, cup of water, paper towel, AND a white crayon (very important!).
If you have questions about art materials or content, please contact
Danica Thurber directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Register for this event at:
Art For Your Grief Journey: Going Beyond Words To Heal
Monday, June 29, 2020 from 12:10 - 1:00 pm (MST)
Hosted by Project Grief, part of the FREE online virtual summit Reimagine: Life, Loss, and Love.
This is a digital event. Beginners welcome!
Learn how creativity can help you externalize the pain inside, and then try
a simple doodling activity for yourself.
Register at: https://tinyurl.com/artforyourgrief
Transform An Old Photo Into a Keepsake Drawing with Project Grief
Project Grief just released a new e-course that teaches how to transform a photograph
of a loved one into a keepsake pencil portrait.
Step-by-step instructions and the use of TRACING (yes, tracing!) ensure that even
beginner artists can achieve a high level of likeness - that means you'll end up
with a portrait you can be so very proud of!
The course is super affordable - only $25 - and when you enroll this month, you’ll
get a BONUS mini-course: Coloring for Self-care ($15 value).
If you’re interested in learning more about Project Grief resources or purchasing
a course, please visit with my affiliate link:
Art Journaling for Grieving Parents (& those who lost what will never be) with artist Danica Thurber of Project Grief
Follow along with the lovely Danica Thurber of Project Grief during a replay of a special Watch Party where you'll do an easy art activity. Grieving what will never be (vs. grieving what was) is a kind of loss that requires special attention and care. This kind of grief hits parents most when they lose a child. No art experience required.
All you need is something to write with and something to write on.
Art Helped Me Through My Loss (Beautiful 1 min. testimonial!)
I was blessed to get to take the wonderful, heal online grief art course, Project Grief last year
and it helped me so much in my healing journey through grief. Project Grief founder,
Danica Thurber, interviewed me recently and is creating a series of video clips from our interview.
This first clip is about how art helped me and continues to help me through my loss.
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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Updated 09 July 2020
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