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Join us for these now quarterly donation-based online events featuring a different artist and artistic practice each time!

"The Art of Letting Go"
with Toni Becker
Intuitive, mixed media artist | healing art facilitator | Reiki II practitioner

Sunday, March 20
2:00-3:30 p.m. (EST)
via Zoom

The link will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the event. 

During our time together, I will share my experience with grief, the act and art of letting go through ritual, ceremony, and art that brings forth healing and a level of self-discovery.


Grief is heavy but there is another side to it -- one that will grace you with light and ease.

To read more about Toni's work, visit artfullyhealing.


"Using art as a vehicle for healing in a shared vulnerable space honors the tender space in each of us and where we are on our present journey which ultimately leads to holistic wellness. I create for many reasons, but this quote from Pablo Picasso sums it up. 'The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.'”- Toni


Previous Popups


"The Art of Resilience: Writing Trauma, Finding Joy"
with KaToya Fleming
writer & professor

Saturday, October 16
12:00-1:00 p.m. (EST)
via Zoom

As writers, we often find ourselves having to confront our own trauma as we put words on the page. Sometimes those stories, which can unearth painful feelings or memories, can stifle our ability to write in the first place. In this popup, we'll explore how trauma can impact the creative process and KaToya will share practical methods for confronting difficult narratives, overcoming emotional roadblocks, and developing strategies for taking control of the story to find light in the darkness and write toward healing.


"Introduction to Zentangle"
with Vanesa Simon
certified Zentangle instructor

Sunday, September 12
12:30-2:00 p.m. (EST)
via Zoom

An introduction to pattern drawing for wellness, relaxation and used to spark your creativity. We will work with simple strokes to make intricate patterns. Focusing on one stroke of the pen at a time, to help our minds slow down and introduce you to a meditative drawing practice for wellness.

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"Art for Self-Care"
with Raquel Farrell-Kirk
art therapist

Sunday, May 23
1:00-2:00 p.m. (EST)
via Zoom

Join us to discover new ways that ANYONE can use art and art-making to relieve stress, improve self-awareness, and insert more joy into your days.

No prior art making experience is needed. Paper and pen or markers, colored pencils or pastels are all you need!


"Writing Trauma"

with Petra Salazar

Poet & Editor at Snapdragon Journal

Sunday, April 25

1:00-2:30 p.m. (EST)

via Zoom

For National Poetry Month, we have our own poetry editor leading April's popup! In this mini-session, Petra will lead a discussion on the difficulty of writing about trauma, and strategies for handling sensitive and triggering material that we may feel called to write about. We will consider issues such as writing blocks, form, and audience. All you need to bring is yourself, pen and paper!


"There's no need to write about trauma, unless, of course, there is a need." ~ Petra Salazar


"Mood Cards as Guides

and Inspiration"

with Elya Braden

Poet & Visual Artist

Sunday, March 14

1:00-2:30 p.m. (EST)

via Zoom

When we experience trauma, a common response is to shut down our emotions as we go into fight, flight, freeze or fawn. If this happens repeatedly, we can lose touch with how we feel, sinking into depression when what we really feel may be grief, sadness or anger. Creating and dialoging with mood cards can help us access our true feelings. This workshop will begin with a guided meditation. We will then discuss some key emotions and create mood cards reflecting these emotions. We will use the cards as an entry to deeper exploration through writing and sharing.

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"Creative Soul: Anchor into the Inner Artist"
with Shakira B. Bethea
yoga instructor & healing artist  ​

Saturday, February 27
1:00 -2:30 p.m. (EST)
via Zoom

Creative Soul embodies a braver space to practice movement and creative visioning as we explore mini zines for transformative discoveries of hidden and new gifts. We'll have a gentle yoga (which can be modified to seated yoga for those who may desire) and meditation practice, connecting to the inner artist, and make zines in response to journal prompts. We are free to discuss experiences that suppressed the artist within, and cultivate a sense of feeling restored, balanced, and ready to take action.


"Healing Connections with Sacred Self • Mother Earth • One Another."
with Ally Markotich
artist, poet, Intentional Creativity® teacher, and founder of Soul Kindling  ​

Sunday, November 8
1:00 -2:30 p.m. (EST)
via Zoom


Let's take time away from the chaos and center ourselves on our collective being. Our time together would include moving through a simple line drawing, some coloring and written, contemplative prompts. We will explore our belonging, share our story, speak our voice, connect our common thread, claim our sacred responsibility and celebrate one another.​

​“When I still myself to paint, I bring my deepest heart prayers to the canvas in the form of marks, symbol and color. What words can’t express, the canvas welcomes. Here, the mystery of the divine meets me. I see the surprise of what I hold. This witnessing of my inner world begins the journey of transformation.”
​- Ally  

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"A Radical Movement: Improvisation for Daily Living, Loving & Problem Solving"
with Christina Soriano 

Saturday, October 24
11:00 a.m. - noon (EST)
via Zoom

In this session, participants will be invited to join Christina in a seated improvisation movement experience. Together we will create a zoom space to convene with our bodies, practice self-reflection and avoid self-judgement.

No previous movement training of any kind is necessary, only is a willingness to come with an open mind and surprise yourself with what is possible in an authentic seated movement exploration.

Come seated in a sturdy chair, with comfortable clothing. And pen and paper nearby.

"Change is the only constant in our lives. Let’s practice responding to it and embracing it together." - Christina


"Writing to the Bottom of Things: A Ritual for the Mind, Body and Soul"
with Cara Hagan

interdisciplinary artist & instructor

Saturday, September 12
12:00-1:15 p.m. (EST)
via Zoom

​A writing workshop in embodied disguise, participants will write, move, breathe, and leave the experience with a renewed sense of wonder and soul-fuel for the months ahead. Many of the exercises will be easily repeatable after the workshop. Participants are free to add them to their personal toolbox. 

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"Creating Your Own Junque Journal" 
with Rosemary Royston 

Sunday, August 9

3:00-4:00 p.m. (EST)
​via Zoom

Want to create your own journal from existing supplies that  you likely have at home? Then pop in for this session.

​Whether using leather or an old hardcover book, poet & teacher Rosemary Royston will show you the simplest way to make your own journal -- for "junquing," writing, or drawing.

Participants will learn a simple stitch (and a few tricks) on how to sew in paper folios, along with receiving a list of supplies that are super-basic (no need for a high dollar trip to the art store). Rosemary will share sample journals she's made to get your creative juices flowing, and you may find yourself making more than one, as it's hard not to!

Time includes demonstration (see suggested supplies to the right if you want to create during the time) and Q&A. 

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