A free 3-week therapeutic inquiry workshop series led by Gracelynn Lau
Portrait of Gracelynn Lau
This is a solitary journey we cannot do alone―Francis Weller, The Wild Edge of Sorrow
A Solitary Journey Together is a communal space to process your inner experience during the pandemic. Join us for a free 3-week therapeutic inquiry workshop series where we will tap into intermodal art-making (body movement, poetry, visual arts and sound) in response to the exhibition Studies in Solitude: The Art of Depicting Seclusion through Expressive Arts Therapy (EXA). Facilitated by Gracelynn Lau, Queen’s PhD student and Expressive Arts therapist. This program will be held outside on Agnes grounds.
Gracelynn Lau is a registered expressive arts therapist with the Ontario Expressive Arts Therapy Association and community facilitator pursuing her PhD in the Cultural Studies Interdisciplinary Graduate Program at Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada.