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Touch Drawing~ A Portal to the Soul: Interview with Deborah Koff Chapin

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Bridge to the Soul: The Art of Healing Series.

Art 4 All People welcomes Deborah Koff Chapin to our Art 4 All People Radio Show. We will talk about Art, transfomation, Arts and Healing, and much more. Deborah will also be facilitating a transformative art workshop at our USC exhibtion at the IGM Gallery, Bridge to the Soul: The Art of Healing on January 25th, 2014.

We invite you to this sacred expressive arts experience.  To sign up and for more informaiton about Touch Drawing, A Portal to the Soul, go to this link: HERE

About: 

Touch Drawing is a simple but profound drawing process. Through the touch of the fingertips, lines are formed on paper that has been placed over a smooth surface of paint. Images emerge with surprising speed, enabling 10-30 drawings to be created in a single session. The freedom of expression allows for a powerful transformational process to occur. Each drawing is an imprint of the body and psyche, and acts as a stepping-stone deeper into the soul. In this all-day workshop, movement, vocalizing, writing and SoulCards are woven into the day, to present a unique approach to multi-modal Expressive Arts. Deborah hold a sacred space with her live music (heartbeat drum, crystal bowls, voice) while you draw. Find out more about Touch Drawing at http://www.touchdrawing.com. 

Bio: Deborah Koff-Chapin BFA has been developing Touch Drawing since 1974, teaching at universities, conferences and retreat centers internationally. She is author of Drawing Out Your Soul, The Touch Drawing Facilitator Workbook, educational media and SoulCards 1&2. Deborah is founding director of The Center for Touch Drawing and served on the board of the International Expressive Art Therapy Association.

 

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