"Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time."
Come experience the power of the arts to transform and discover new aspects about yourself and enjoy the process of making art in a fun, free atmosphere! This session will be a collaborative project, using acrylic paints and canvas to create a unique art piece.
This workshop is geared for everyone regardless of artistic ability. Even if you have never painted before, it is specially designed to be a free, open space to explore your own artistic and creative interests, while discovering new, unexpected things in the process.
WHO: International adoptees only
WHEN: Monday, January 22, 2018, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
WHERE: 345 Park Ave, New York, NY 10154 (use Lexington Ave entrance, inform them you are meeting Jonas Eberle of KPMG)
COST: FREE for members; suggested donation $5 for non-members
RSVP: Please send email to Michael Mullen to confirm your attendance.
ABOUT KARIN KYUNG LIM
Karin Kyung Lim was adopted at age 2 1/2 to a family in upstate New York. She worked for a number of years as a school social worker and art therapist, before embarking on a dream to pursue a career in Korea. Her training in art therapy had a profound personal impact towards healing, helping to process early experiences of loss/abandonment, and prompted a desire to share the power of arts with others. In 2007, she moved to Seoul, Korea, to explore her roots and do art therapy with Korean children from the same orphanage where she once lived. She currently holds art therapy classes with Korean children growing up in institutions, as well as, with adult Korean adoptees.