Art & Dying workshop: Embracing Mortality Through Art

Event Details

“Art & Dying: Embracing Mortality Through Art” is a hands-on and contemplative event. Periods of meditative quiet and reflection are interspersed with immersive, even playful forms of art expression.
A rare opportunity to explore in depth our experiences, feelings, beliefs, and attitudes toward dying and death, using simple art materials, imagination, and heart in a safe, open, supportive and non-judgmental environment that honors and shares the diversity of people’s experiences and attitudes. No art experience required. Led by artist and art educator Noah Baen and co-facilitator Anrahyah Arstad, along with life-cycle celebrant Patricia Eagle, who will bring the dimension of song to the workshop.
“We’ll use the senses to get beyond mental thoughts and concepts and engage heart and spirit in an exploration of personal questions as we sink deeply into the emotional and spiritual levels, and the unknown,” Noah says. $35 includes all materials. Snacks and beverages provided; participants should bring a bag lunch. Pre-registration is required and space is limited to 12 participants. Scholarships are available. For more information and to register, contact Noah at (719) 256-4182, (917) 392-6962 or

Date(s) - October 28
10:30 am-4:30 pm

Cost (if any)
$35 suggested donation