RMIT Creative Art Therapy Workshop | RUOK Day 2022

Join Art therapist Michelle Morgan to discover how art therapy can support your wellbeing in this participatory online workshop from RMIT.

RMIT students are invited to join Art Therapist Michelle Morgan to discover how art therapy can support your wellbeing in this participatory online workshop.

Art therapy is very different to art class - you don't need to know anything about drawing or painting to get lots out of an art therapy session. See how creative activities can offer a breather from stress or uncertainty.

You don’t need any fancy art materials, we will work with whatever you have around your home. It could be anything! Post it notes, plasticine, scraps of fabric, magazine images, paper, envelopes, paints, pencils, pastels and a willingness to experiment.

No creative experience is necessary!

Auslan interpreters provided on request. Please confirm by Sunday 4 September.

Session Times: 

  • Morning Session: 11am - 12.30pm, Thursday 8 September - Register here
  • Afternoon Session: 2pm - 3.30pm, Thursday 8 September - Register here

Art Therapist Michelle Morgan from Cocoon Creative Art Therapies

Banner artwork by Vanessa Kiliari

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