Taraneh Erfan King is an Expressive Arts Therapist and Registered Clinical Counsellor living in Vancouver, British Columbia. Alongside a private practice, Taraneh enjoys designing and facilitating workshops, creating art (typically drawings, paintings, photos and poems), teaching prenatal yoga, hosting mindfulness and meditation groups, dancing, practicing yoga, reading books and writing.
The Agewell Chataqua Project invites you to create and submit small scale artwork that is an expression of your thoughts and feelings on aging: what it means to you; how that meaning is shaped and influenced by your external environment and society; how you are impacted by it, your hopes, worries, and struggles with it; and how the inevitability of it
Angela Taylor began working in the arts at age sixteen as a volunteer in community theatre. During this period she also took voice lessons from Savannah actor and voice professional, Les Taylor. In 2004, due to health issues, she turned to visual arts, painting being a pursuit she found to be therapeutic. One of Angelaâ€™s greatest joys comes from giving her art to others. She has donated art to several charities and non-profits, particularly those dealing with epilepsy, brain surgery and LGBTQ issues. Angelaâ€™s newest project, ArtCardsUnited, Read More>>
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