Neurographic Art was designed in 2014 by psychologist Pavel Piskarev. It combines both science and art. Piskarev believed that creative processes engage additional neurons, making new connections and that those connections create energy. This method can teach your brain and hand to work together to create unique art, while creating peace and wellbeing in our lives. You’ll be joining 19 other patients, survivors, and caregivers while we chat and work on some creative skills with clay. It’s all happening on Wednesday, June 1st, for two hours, at 2:00 pm PT / 4:00 pm CT / 5:00 pm ET! We’ll send you everything you need to participate ahead of time!
Who: 20 young adult cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers.
When: Wednesday, June 1st from 2-4 pm PT / 4-6pm CT / 5-7 pm ET via video chat.*
(*US time zones…please confirm what time this means for where you live).
How does it work?
Sign up here! Each Art Workshop is a 2-hour commitment and occurs via video chat, allowing 15-20 survivors or caregivers to join wherever they are. The best part? We’ll send you all of the materials you need to participate!
***You’ll need the link that we’ll provide you, a headset with a microphone, and a webcam.***
Please note: Due to the global pandemic and ever-increasing customs and delivery times, we have stopped shipping outside of the United States. If you are interested in joining, please fill out the form and we will send you a list of supplies needed to participate, so you can still join us! Thank you for your understanding! If you have any questions, you can contact email@example.com.
Get notified the next time an Art Workshop is announced by clicking the link below and picking that you’d like to be notified about Creative Art Workshops. Then we’ll send you an email when you can sign up for the next one! (Pick as many programs as you’d like!)
Cactus Cancer Society (formerly Lacuna Loft) considers anyone diagnosed with cancer, at any stage of the experience, to be a survivor!