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Amanda Evans-Freet Presents Virtual Art Therapy for Adams County

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Amanda Evans-Freet will present “Art Therapy: Healing for the Mind, Body & Soul” for the Adams County Arts Council’s October 15th 3rd thursday noon program.  Amanda Evans-Freet, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, is the Trauma Art Therapist at the Adams County Children’s Advocacy Center. This hour-long, noontime program via Zoom is free, but registration is required.

Participants will learn what art therapy is, who can benefit from it and why therapeutic art- making does not require artistic skill. For the hands-on part of the program, participants will receive a blank mandala cover sheet via email with their Zoom log-in information and are asked to have at hand a few drawing materials like pens, pencils, crayons, or markers.

Art therapist Amanda Evans-Freet is presenter for the Adams County Arts Council’s October 15th 3rdthursdaynoon program via Zoom. 

Join us virtually for an hour of relaxing art-making while learning about the field of art therapy and discover how it can be healing for the mind, body, and soul. 

The virtual 3rdthursdaynoon series continues November 19 with a program by Dora Townsend about her great-grandmother, a suffragette who fought for women’s right to vote.

The mission of the Adams County Arts Council is to cultivate an arts-rich community. To register for the program or for information about Arts Council’s classes at the Arts Education Center, 125 S. Washington St., Gettysburg or membership, contact aa@adamsarts.org, call (717) 334-5006, or visit www.adamsarts.org.

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