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June 18, 2018, 2:30 PM - July 31, 2018, 7:30 PM @ Art Therapy Institute (2nd Floor Carr Mill Mall)
Bringing art therapy to the families of children with exceptional needs!
The Art Therapy Institute has been working in the Chapel Hill/Carrboro City Schools with the Exceptional Children's Program for the past ten years. We would like to expand our work to support the families of our EC students as well. We are happy to announce three summer art therapy groups in June and July that are geared towards supporting the families of EC students!
Open to parents or caregivers of EC students
Focusing on self-care, relaxation, and mindfulness techniques
Open to siblings of EC students
Focusing on stress relief, self-esteem, and sense of identity
Open to EC students and their family members
Open studio format where families get to use materials of their choice and make art together
Focusing on positive communication, collaboration, and creating moments of connection and play
July 27, 2018, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Carrboro Century Center - Century Hall
Come and join Bruce, as he teaches various line dances to include: Macarena, Electric Slide, Cha Cha Slide, Wobble, Cupid Shuffle, Love Slide, Blurred Lines, The Hustle, and more. Experienced and non-experienced participants are encouraged to attend.
Instructor: Bruce Gillooly
July 27, 2018, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM @ The ArtsCenter
It's the 1920's, and Catherine and her friends work for the Radium Dial Company of Ottawa, IL as radium dial painters making watches glow in the dark by painting the numbers with radium-based paint. The girls think they've got it made with their high-paying, glamorous jobs. But when the company's female workforce starts getting sick and dying from a mysterious illness, Catherine leads her friends in suing the company for lying to them about the risks of working with the wonder element. Part play, part newsreel, and part poetry, These Shining Lives is based on the true story of the Radium Girls. Their fight for justice was a landmark legal case for workers rights and occupational diseases.