HONESDALE, PA – Throwing on the potter’s wheel is a powerfully meditative process. A slightly hypnotic, messy fun that can be used to reveal insights into the way the mind works and can be used as a process to heal and grow as a person. James Spencer is honored to be the Artist in Residence for the 2018 Roots and Rhythm Music and Arts Festival.
He has worked over the last 20 years teaching art and working within the mental health community. His work has developed into a natural intersection of what might initially be seen as separate disciplines. Spencer, as he’s best known, can be found in the new Bodhi Tree Art School & Studio in a renovated space in the former Katz Underwear Factory in downtown Honesdale.
In this fun, interactive presentation, you will be introduced to the process of throwing on the potter’s wheel as well as how to bring more mindfulness and compassion into your life. Four individuals will be selected from the group and will offered the chance to experience throwing on the potter’s wheel for themselves.
On The Nature of Mud and the Mind
Gaining Insight Through Pottery
Date: Friday, June 8th 2018
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Location: The Bodhi Tree Art School & Studio
214 6th Street Second Floor
Honesdale PA 18431
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