Art and Acupuncture: Connecting the Dots
Apr 25, 2012 06:21PM
A unique, free afternoon workshop from 1 to 4 p.m., May 20, at North Branch Projects, will illustrate what the traditional art of bookbinding and acupuncture share in common, including creativity, group participation, meditation, personal transformation, and community building; some of the basic building blocks of good health. The center is a new and innovative Albany Park project space on Chicago’s north side.
Event cosponsor Acupuncture Access, a community acupuncture clinic located in Evanston, will provide free acupuncture treatments to participants, who can expect a boost in mental clarity, creativity and sense of community to aid them in their work during the event. The workshop includes a lecture, demonstration and hands-on exploration of the traditional art of hand bookbinding.
Location: 3550 W. Lawrence, Chicago. For more information, visit NorthBranchProjects.com. Acupuncture Access, 915 Elmwood, Evanston. Call 847-312-1797.