Category Archives: Exhibition

Fountain House Gallery Fundraiser

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‘TODAY’ Show: April 19-28

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This Week: Reflections on a Collaborative Art Process

Friday, March 25, 6:30-8pm Community Lecture Seen and Heard: Reflections on a Collaborative Art Process Gemma Burgio and Valeria Koutmina 133/141 West 21 Street, Room 101C Lectures are FREE to the public. CEC’s available for ATR-BC’s. RSVP This talk is … Continue reading

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Last chance to ‘tie in’

This Saturday, March 12, will be the last day to ‘tie in’ to our Spring Exhibition. SVA’s Flatiron Gallery, 133/141 West 21 Street, 10am-6pm.

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Art Therapy in Process at the Flatiron Gallery through March 12

Currently on view: “tie in,” Saturday, February 13 – Saturday, March 12

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tie in

The MPS Art Therapy Department’s Spring Exhibition, tie in, is currently on view at SVA’s Flatiron Gallery at 133 West 21 Street. This year’s show features work by second year MPS Art Therapy students and the people they work with … Continue reading

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Creative Arts Therapists of Color Exhibition & Community Lecture

CATS of Color hosted two powerful events on January 29, 2016. The first event was an art exhibit reception. The theme of the show was The Weight of Culture, which gave each member the opportunity to educate the packed house … Continue reading

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JOURNEY: Cooke Center Skills Program Exhibition

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THE WEIGHT OF CULTURE

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CRUSHING DEBT EXHIBITION

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