First Presbyterian Church, San Rafael, CA
January 25 - 26, 2020 (Saturday & Sunday)
Process painting sets forces in motion that facilitate personal transformation—catalyzing and accelerating each person’s unique path of growth and individuation. In this nonverbal practice you’re given opportunities to experience creativity directly, beyond the mind. Process painting is compatible with other practices, such as meditation or therapy, but distinct in its approach.
San Rafael is a sunny town about half an hour north of San Francisco, just across the Golden Gate Bridge. The painting studio is located downtown, with nearby parking and easy access to a variety of restaurants and accommodations.
Something touched, between us and the universe. It does not always happen.
But when it does, we know forever where we live, no matter where we sleep,
or eat our dinner or sit at the table and write words on paper.
~ Mary Oliver, From Long Life
Tuition: $435 ~ Your tuition includes all art materials, over 12 hours of facilitated painting sessions, group discussion circles in supportive community, a video presentation about creativity and the practice of art as process.
This workshop is two days:
Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Lunch Breaks: 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Discounts & Scholarships
Continuing Education Credits
12 CE Credits are provided by the Institute for Art and Living for:
- MFT, LCSW, LPCC and LEP by the California Board of Behavioral Therapy.
- Through CAMFT (California Board of Marriage and Family Therapists)
- RN by the California Board of Registered Nursing.
- Fee: $25.00
Read more here.
You will receive a full refund minus a 25% handling fee if you cancel earlier than two weeks before the workshop. After that, your payment is nonrefundable and nontransferable.
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First Presbyterian Church
The entrance to the workshop space isat the back of the building on Mission Avenue. (See Parking Map)
1505 Mission Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901
The entrance to the studio is on 1505 Mission Street, San Rafael, CA. There are no parking spots available in the church lot. But just across the street (on the north side of Mission) at the Falkirk Cultural Center there is free parking on weekends. Be sure to go past the sign (see below) to park in the unrestricted weekend area. Also, there are many parkings lots in downtown San Rafael. (Click on the images to enlarge)
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First Presbyterian Church
1505 Mission Av San Rafael, CA 94901
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The San Francisco Bay Area is the home base of The Painting Experience, where it all began over forty years ago. Learn more about the history of The Painting Experience in this two-part episode of our podcast: Trusting the Wild Self -- Stewart Cubley’s Story, Parts 1 and 2.