As we continue our re-entry into and re-engaging in our new world, new coping strategies are needed. A key component for recalibrating and rebounding is creativity. Creativity is at the heart of resilience. This 4-week Creative Resilience workshop series will help participants discover and explore their internal capacity for resilience, through the power of the arts.
FOLLOWING ONTARIO PUBLIC HEALTH GUIDELINES JCHAC WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
JCHAC WILL CONTINUE TO PROVIDE SOME WORKSHOPS ONLINE
WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU SOON!
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OF JOSHUA CREEK HERITAGE
The gallery can accommodate up to 70 people. In the rear of the gallery, The Porch Room features a fully equipped kitchen. Just outside, a large covered porch opens to breathtaking views of the land and valley where
gardens, lawns and terraces encourage photographers and gardeners.
NEWS & EVENTS
Date: Sunday March 5th or Sunday March 12th, 1:00pm – 3:00pm Fee: Pay What You Can, suggested minimum $10 donation Joshua Creek Heritage Arts Centre Through the fusion of art, music and poetry, three artists created seven unique innovative art pieces representing a layered interpretation of the core human emotions of anger, frustration, fear, sadness,
Kintsugi Bowl Workshop The Art of Precious Scars This experiential workshop utilizes a meditative process through a tangible medium to help develop resiliency and healing in the face of loss, trauma, and change. The Kintsugi Bowl is an ancient Japanese healing practice that serves to join back together that which was once broken, while showcasing