Students from St. Stephen’s College at the U of A offer Art Hive community sessions on Friday afternoons throughout the year.
Fall in love with your inner artist
Discover a place for art making and community building!
Open your heart and find inspiration. Engage in the creative process, expand your abilities and support one another.
Participate in art directives including basic weaving, mandalas and poetry, sculpting with clay, mobiles with found objects from nature, tempera painting, collage, and more.
Artists and seekers of every age, ability, background and life circumstance are equally welcome.
Join us on alternating Fridays from 12 noon to 2 PM
at St. George’s by the U of A
11733 – 87th Avenue, Edmonton
Brought to you by Santoshi Robertson-Davis, Ravinder Johal and Jillian Paschen Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and check us out at arthives.org or anglicanstgeorges.com
Jillian, Santoshi and Ravinder are three graduate students engaged in a Master of Psychotherapy and Spirituality (Art Therapy Specialization) at St. Stephen’s College on the U of A campus in Edmonton. We design our twice- monthly Art Hive to build community and inspire creativity. Our first Art Hive was held on October 7th, 2016 and we have hosted 35 events since that day.
Jillian is fueling her lifelong passion for art combined with social and environmental activism; her first degree is a BA in Honors Drama from the U of A. Ravinder is bridging her love of the creative arts with her dedication to caring for others as she transitions from her career as a physiotherapist. Santoshi is an adventurous artist and yoga instructor with a degree and in community rehabilitation; she holds certificates in positive psychology and addictions studies.