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August – September 2023

In this Level 2 course, EAFI 220: Expressive Arts in the World: Populations, Practices, and Settings, be inspired by guest presenters from around the world, as you expand your view of the practice and possibilities of Expressive Arts!

If you are registered in EAFI 220 (Expressive Arts in the World) your tuition includes these requirements:

  • Six of the workshops that are offered in the (students may choose 8 sessions and use 2 for elective credit if they attend all 8)
  • You will stay 30 minutes after each workshop to meet with EAFI faculty and other EAFI 220 student (your choice) s, for additional process and discussion.
  • A single 5-hour session with EAFI faculty and EAFI 220 students (October 14, 12-5 pm est)
  • An online forum 
  • A visual arts process.

EAFI   group
Maps of the Journey

As part of the course, you will:

  • Meet, learn from, and work with leading practitioners throughout the world – who utilize expressive arts in a wide variety of settings.
  • Participate in Zoom video sessions, and multi-media presentations that will introduce you to some dynamic expressive arts applications with a range of populations and age groups.
  • Experience examples of consultant/educator work, expressive arts therapy, healthcare, education, end-of-life, community- building, social change, and more.
  • And, engage in your own expressive arts process, assimilating what you are learning into a visual art piece, and further developing your own approach. 
  • Have the choice of an additional 2 sessions of your choice included in your tuition

EAFI  India Collage
Chandini Harlalka and Belinda Rego


  • Level 2 student in Certificate Program (or Level 1 student with permission of mentor/faculty)
  • Professional Development sessions are open to those not enrolled in the course or certificate program.

Schedule of Presenters

Registration Opening Soon!

  • Manju Jain and Aslam Khader, August 7, 6-8:30 pm edt Expressive Arts in Social Action – The IEATA Creative Wellness Service Initiative Program
  • Hector Aristizibal (Colombia), August 11, 1-3:30 pm edt Reconnecting to Our Soul and the Soul of the World 
  • Fiona Chang (Hong Kong), August 15, 6-8:30 pm edt Emerging Voices in the Mirrors of Arts
  • Belinda Rego and Chandini Harlalka, August 19, 10 am – 12:30 pm edt Honouring Nature and  Transitions  in Life – Tribal art in India
  • Gloria Simoneaux, Lillian Obonyo, Sarala Tamang, August 21, 12-2;30 pm edt Expressive Arts Worldwide – Harambee Arts in Kenya and Nepal
  • Mayari Hernandez, Paulina Buonafina, Pili Garin, Evelyn Ammon, August 22, 6-8:30 pm edt Planting seeds of color in Guatemala
  • Nathalie Roberto-Timtchenko (Ukraine), August 30, 6-8:30 pm edtFirst Aid of the Soul: Culturally-sensitive & Trauma-informed Care Amidst Ongoing War
  • Markus G. Scott-Alexander (Canada & global) September 13, 6-8:30 pm edt Being the Bridge: Expressive Arts without Borders
  • Fay Wilkinson (rural Ontario, Canada)September 22, 1-3:30 pm edt Story + Making = ?  Opportunities in rural Canada
  • Aisha Radwan (Egypt,) September 26, 1-3:30 pm edt Embodied Self-Awareness
  • Varvara Sidorova (Russia) September 29, 1-3:30 pm edt Bereginya: Russian traditional dolls in expressive arts


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06:00 PM
End Time
08:30 PM
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