Two Arts in Healing Opportunities
CLASSES RUN EIGHT SEQUENTIAL WEEKS
Living Art of Montana – Missoula Workshops
We provide a comfortable nurturing environment. With respect
for your privacy and to allow for building relationships, it is a
closed group (not a drop-in).
FALL WORKSHOP • Tuesdays September 27 – November 15, 2011
Register by Thursday September 22, 2011
5:30 – 7:30 pm
(September 27, October 4, 11, 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15)
SPRING WORKSHOP • Wednesdays February 1- March 21, 2012
Register by Thursday January 26, 2012
5:30 – 7:30 pm
(February 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, March 7, 14, 21, 2012)
This workshop is provided free of charge. CCC is made
possible through the generous donations of businesses,
individuals and volunteers. Donations are not expected but
always appreciated. If you are interested in donating to this
program please contact us.
Living Art Studio
Youpa Stein, MA, RDT
Director Living Art of Montana
Visit livingartofmontana.org or
Warehouse Mall • 725 W Alder, Ste 17 • Missoula, MT 59802
for Cancer Survivors
Living Arts of Montana –Missoula Workshops
3rd Wednesday of Each Month 12—1:30pm
This is a once a month opportunity for cancer
survivors to express themselves through the arts
find connections to self, others and nature.
Guest Facilitator: Char Houska, RN ~
Breast Care Coordinator, St. Patrick
Title: “Flower Pounding: The Use of
Flowers to Dye Fabric or Paper”
Description: Flower pounding is a
traditional technique for transferring leaf &
flower patterns, colors, and shapes to cloth or
paper. You can produce beautiful designs
quickly & easily, with a hammer, fabric or
paper, a few flowers, leaves and/or grasses.
Guest Facilitator: Michelle Weaver
Knowles, RNC, BSN ~ Certified Breast
Health Navigator at Montana Breast Health
at Community Medical Center
Title: Shibori Dyed Silk Scarves
Description: Shibori is a Japanese word for
methods of dyeing by binding, stitching,
folding, twisting, compressing or capping.
Patterns are created by the type of fabric and
how you manipulate it. Your silk scarf will
be finished at the completion of the workshop
& you can call yourself a fiber artist!
Call if you can ~ it helps with our supply planning ~ 549-5329 or just drop-in for the workshop
Living Art Studio 725 W. Alder, #17 (Warehouse Mall, Missoula)
See their website for other workshops and dates.
Please participate in the Montana Arts Council
Arts in Healthcare Research Survey
Help us to gather important information from those who work in medical professions, and other related fields such as: art therapy, services to senior citizens and patient recovery groups, hospice organizations and sheltered workshops. We are interested in hearing from anyone working with special populations in Montana.
Respond to this important research today!
Direct Care Providers use this link:
Healthcare Administrators use this link:
Please share this request with your colleagues.
To learn more about this survey and why your state arts council is gathering information from medical and art professionals, please visit our website at:
Research SURVEY OPEN until August 31, 2011
an eight-week workshop in Missoula
When: March 3,10, 17,24, 31 and
April 7, 21, 28, 2011
Thursdays, 5:30 – 7:30pm
Cost: No Charge,
Who: For people who have
or have had cancer.
Where: Living Art Studio
The Warehouse Mall
725 W. Alder, Ste. #17
Using the arts and nature to support healing since 1993
Call to Register by March 2 , 2011
Youpa Stein, Director of Living Art of Montana
realize I have more choices about how
to face illness and heal and live with
hope. I am not alone on this journey.”
Around the world, the arts are finding their way into healthcare settings in ever more diverse ways.
Patients, their families, staff, direct care providers, administrators and those protecting the financial bottom-line, are discovering that there are a variety of real benefits to this. The Montana Arts Council has embarked on an online survey project to inventory the state of the arts and healthcare in Montana to determine where our technical and financial assistance might best be directed. We will survey artists, arts organizations, medical direct-care providers and administrators of healthcare settings separately.
As an Artist, Direct Care Provider, Administrator of a Montana healthcare facility, or Arts Organization, we will be inviting you to participate in this research. Your inside help is key to establishing an accurate picture of our state and we would appreciate your assistance and expertise. The first two online surveys, for Artists and Arts Organizations, are now open for responses. The remaining Direct Care Provider and Healthcare Administrator surveys will follow soon. The online survey will take approximately 10-12 minutes and all responses will be anonymous.
TO PARTICIPATE, please go to:
Choose either the ARTIST SURVEY, or the ARTS ORGANIZATION SURVEY
Questions or Comments, Please contact:
Kim Baraby Hurtle
Executive Assistant & Percent-for-Art Manager
The Gene D. Cohen Award, sponsored by the National Center for Creative Aging (NCCA), recognizes and honors the seminal work of Dr. Gene Cohen, whose research in the field of creativity and aging has shifted the conceptual focus from a problem paradigm to one of promise and potential. Dr. Cohen has inspired us to approach longevity asking what wonders can be achieved, not in spite of age, but because of age. The award is presented annually to a professional whose research in the field of creativity and aging demonstrates these positive attributes.
Deadline for Nomination
Monday, August 2, 2010
• A formal nomination letter
• A brief statement (maximum 500 words) detailing how the nominee meets the
criteria of the award
• Research Abstract
• Peer review articles or other related documents
• Up to 2 letters of support
Visit the GSA Website at: http://www.geron.org/or the NCCA Website at:http://creativeaging.squarespace.com/gene_cohen_award/ or contact email@example.com for more information.