NOTE: This event is free and open to the public. Registration is not required, but we encourage guests to register so we can know how many to expect.
In this talk, we will hear about ways to help process and heal from grief through the use of ritual, altar building, connection to the natural world, and creative expression. Includes visual examples of projects, performances and rituals to help inspire your imagination. Q & A and moderated discussion to follow, to help audience members identify ways they might apply these principles and techniques in their daily lives.
About the Presenter: Angela Apodaca is a writer and performer, as well as a member of the Florence Big Wave poets. She’s worked within the Siuslaw region, with Milagro Theatre in Portland, OR and has been part of live theatre in Southern California for many years.
Her work has been featured on the Lane Arts Council Live Stream Happy Hour and on KXCR Radio.
You can listen to Angela’s interview on Featured Artist at myfeaturedartist.com (Performer Angela Apodaca, Part 1 and 2). She has spent the past year working with others learning methods of creative expression for grief and loss, as well as drawing from her cultural heritage and personal wisdom.