Jewell House NYC: Art + Dialog with Mayu
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Art + Dialog with Mayu
<Holiday Sculpture Workshop> by Mayu Yabe-Barry
Date: Saturday, DECEMBER, 16th
Time: 03:00pm – 05:00pm
Price: $90 (includes your art to bring home)
$65 (does not include your art to bring home)
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION INCLUDING LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Cultivate and deepen your life engagement through art, transformative dialogues, personal inquiry, and action. Explore your inner-feelings and thoughts through tactile creativity.
Art & Dialogue with Inspiring Sensory Experiences
Mayu Yabe-Barry will invite participants to engage in productive dialogues in everyday life and provide the theory and tools to experience your intercultural world through positive and joyful eyes.
Presented in three parts, the workshop provides a complete overview of the importance of dialogue with art and how it can be utilized in your daily life.
Explore wood with your five senses – connect with the materials to explore new insights into your higher self.
Create a holiday sculpture using wire, wood, and woodworking tools, such as hand drill, files, and sand papers — designed to stimulate all your senses, evoke joy, and awaken your creative spirit.
Dialogue with your art — discover your inner mysteries through sharing with small group discussion. This empowering experience will give you tools to communicate with intercultural people around the world.
WORKSHOP FACILITATOR DETAILS
Instructor: MAYU YABE-BARRY
Mayu Yabe-Barry is an independent art teacher, inspired by the principles of the Reggio Emilia philosophy. She focuses on natural material and tool exploration, self-expression, and group collaboration to enhance her clients’ inner wellness through art. (www.mayu.nyc)
Mayu is an Atelierista, who created & ran the art studio program at the First Presbyterian Church Nursery School in NYC for over 16 years. She collaborated with all the head teachers and coordinated with the director to organize, plan, and implement the art studio curriculum and special projects. She was also the curator for the children’s artwork and documented their individual processes of learning through expression using their 100 Languages, illustrated with quotes, photographs, video, and music.