Healing with Music and Art

UCLArts and Healing announces their February and March events held on UCLA campus.

FEBRUARY

music medicine: how to activate the 4 elements of music for healing – Mon. 2/4, 7-9 pmat UCLA Semel Institute Auditorium
Join internationally acclaimed author and music therapist Christine Stevens to experience sound for stress reduction, spirituality, health and healing. She will guide you through rhythm – the medicine for the body; song – the medicine for the heart; harmony – the medicine for the soul; and silence – the medicine for the mind. Stevens shares evidence-based practices from science and spiritual traditions to increase energy, joy, and bring the power of music back into your life.  Free to UCLA faculty, staff, students, with ID presented at the door. $12 for the public.
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MARCH

a picture of good health: making art that heals, strengthens, challenges, and changes you – Mon. 3/18, 6-7:30 pm at UCLA Semel Institute Auditorium
It is starting to be widely accepted that making art can be therapeutic. But what exactly is it about art that is healing and life-enhancing? Is all art-making intrinsically healing or are there certain ingredients that must be present for wellness to spring from artistic expression? If such ingredients exist, can they be harnessed to heal, strengthen, challenge, and change you when you need it most? Engage in an evening of inquiry with board certified art therapist Erica Curtis, MFT, ATR-BC. Free to UCLA faculty, staff, students, with ID presented at the door. $12 for the public.
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