On Tuesday, May 12, teaching artist Rachel Chase will host a CHWB Digital Education Program, Nurturing the Soul of the Artist. During this hour-long program, Rachel will guide you through a soulful experience of reconnecting and creating, whether you are a novice who wants to feel more creative, or an experienced artist who might benefit from a shared experience of creativity. You’ll leave the program energized and inspired to tackle other creative projects around your own home.
Before presenting this program, Rachel will host this Nourish Coffee Talk on the Center for Health & Wellbeing Facebook Like Page during which she’ll dive deeper into the plans for her program and share more about what participants can expect.
About Rachel Chase
Rachel Chase, BFA, MA, has been a teaching artist since the age of 15 and holds a master’s degree in mental health counseling with a focus on mindfulness and the arts. She is an Arts and Wellness Ambassador for the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Rachel teaches children and adults as well as educators, therapists, and facilitators about mindfulness and expressive arts for wellbeing. She believes in the power of play to ignite the sacred fire of creativity for living a life well lived.