Indigenous Roots of Creative Expression: Transformation, social justice and social change
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS IS DUE SPRING 2017
September 27th - October 1st, 2017 Winnipeg, Manitoba
The International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA) and the Winnipeg Holistic Expressive Arts Therapy Institute (WHEAT) are collaborating to co-host the IEATA 12th Bi-Annual Conference - “Indigenous Roots Of Expressive Arts Therapy : Transformation, Social Justice and Social Change - Globally and Locally”, September 27th - October 1st, 2017. This conference will allow participants an experiential engagement in the Indigenous Roots of the Expressive Arts. Pre-Conference days will feature outings to explore local Indigenous cultures, case locally and nationally acclaimed Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders working to create social change and enhance cross-cultural geographical and cultural borders.
The conference will feature expert keynote presenters and various plenary workshops highlighting developing knowledge in the area, outstanding initiatives, and innovative programming. This conference will be of particular interest to therapists, teachers, artists, social workers, psychologists, social service agency workers, politicians, social justice advocates, and anyone interested in creating a more ethical, healthy and socially conscious community. Please join us for this groundbreaking opportunity to dialogue, create, and celebrate our Indigenous roots and move forward collaboratively to promote healing through the arts. Indigenous Roots of Expressive Arts Therapy: Transformation, Social Justice and Social Change — Globally and Locally
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