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Social Impact and Storytelling with Kathi Chase
December 6 @ 6:00 pmFree
In these sessions, artist Kathi Chase will discuss the importance of offering sober event options in the area for those struggling or impacted by addiction. Arts can make a positive impact in the mental health industry, specifically used as a therapeutic tool in addiction recovery. Artists can help contribute to mental health services by offering events, workshops, and/or creative spaces that allow people to use the art for self-care and healing. Due to the nature of the topic, this session will be held in person on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 6 p.m. at K&A Creations at Kilburn Mill and will not be recorded.
Peer-to-Peer Sessions is a free and accessible (mostly) online series geared to enrich, educate and connect creatives through a series of workshops and training sessions. New Bedford is the home of artists, creatives, change makers, designers, entrepreneurs, and community enthusiasts and the Peer-to-Peer Sessions embrace the pulse that makes New Bedford so unique while expanding our knowledge and connections.