The tools of InterPlay provide artful ways to help people share personal stories, find courage, witness, affirm, and deepen their awareness and motivation to shift implicit bias, structural racism, and racially-charged dynamics. There is a physicality to the emotions that get triggered on all sides by racism, by interactions that are racially-charged, and by forums on race issues. InterPlay’s expressive art-based tools will offer participants an effective container to transform and release difficult emotions. InterPlay Atlanta leaders Jennifer Denning and Carolyn Renee bring years of experience using InterPlay and other body-arts modalities to offer this in-the-moment, interactive workshop for community connection and healing. Time has shown us that when we come together as whole bodies, minds, hearts and spirits, just communities can be cultivated and built.
This event was first published on September 5, 2019 and last updated on September 9, 2019.
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Open to
- Hendricks Chapel
- Coran Klaver
- Contact Coran Klaver to request accommodations
- Free parking available in lots next to the Nancy Cantor Warehouse and across West Street.