Private View: Movement

1st March 2019

 

We are delighted to invite you to our Spring art exhibition of 2019.

Movement is an exhibition of abstract art works by Angela Eden and Jacqueline Staite, exhibited at the IGA from January to March 2019.
The evening starts with a reception and private view, followed by a short discussion with the artists and then a large group, conducted by Sue Einhorn.

 

TICKET PRICES

IGA Member/Student                         £10

Public                                                    £15

 

To sign up for the Private View please email your name and contact details to: events@groupanalysis-uk.co.uk

PRIVATE VIEW PROGRAMME

17.45                     Private Viewing

18.30                      Introduction and discussion with the artists

19.15                     Break

19.30                     Large Group convened by Sue Einhorn

21.00                       End     

 

 

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Studio Upstairs was founded in 1988 by art therapist Claire Manson, and art therapist/ psychotherapist Douglas Gill, who recognised the need for people moving out of the psychiatric system, to have an opportunity to communicate their experiences through making art in a supportive community-based environment somewhat removed from the conventional clinical setting. It has been running for 30 years and now has 3 sites in London, Croydon and Bristol.

 “For those of us who struggle to find a way to be with ourselves and others, this can be the breathing space we need”.

The working team are experienced HCPC registered art psychotherapists who are also artists. A number of them have also trained with the IGA.

Studio Upstairs was founded in 1988 by art therapist Claire Manson, and art therapist/ psychotherapist Douglas Gill, who recognised the need for people moving out of the psychiatric system, to have an opportunity to communicate their experiences through making art in a supportive community-based environment somewhat removed from the conventional clinical setting. It has been running for 30 years and now has 3 sites in London, Croydon and Bristol.

 “For those of us who struggle to find a way to be with ourselves and others, this can be the breathing space we need”.

The working team are experienced HCPC registered art psychotherapists who are also artists. A number of them have also trained with the IGA.


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