Join Jana Marie Foundation, The Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State, and HUB-Robeson Galleries, for a virtual tour of The Anxiety Project, live reading of Inside Anxiety and Depression by Dr. Doan and meditative drawing prompts for mental health and wellbeing.
“A pandemic, nationwide protests and uprisings, a presidential election, and cascading challenges face individuals and communities across the globe… many of us have struggled with our mental health. Despite the prevalence and normalcy of these feelings and experiences, stigma continues to follow mental illness. Using a combination of personal experience and research into the complex world of mental health, Penn State Professor of Theatre Dr. William J. Doan focuses on the intersections of art, science, and health.”
All ages are invited to join facilitators Marisa Vicere, President and founder of the Jana Marie Foundation, Medora Ebersole, Education and Community Programs Manager of Center for the Performing Arts, Dr. Bill Doan, Artist, and the HUB-Robeson Galleries for a virtual tour of The Anxiety Project, live reading of Inside Anxiety and Depression, and meditative drawing prompts for your mental health and wellbeing. All who are ready to explore the connection between art and well-being are welcome.
To preview Dr. Doan’s graphic novel please visit the online exhibition. Kits for making your own sketchbook will be sent to registrants via mail before the event. The kits will contain instructions, paper, materials, and drawing tools for the event. We encourage registrants to assemble the sketchbook before the event to begin the practice of wellbeing.
This event will be hosted virtually and is free for all. Families are encouraged to register together. This event is capped at 30 registrants, please register before April 29 to receive a sketchbook kit via mail.
This event will be hosted virtually and is free for all.
This event is in partnership with ENGINE of Central Pa STEM Learning Ecosystem, Remake Learning Days of Central PA will host 40+ events during this learning festival between May 6-16, 2021, with pre and post festival events occurring April 22 – May 23, 2021 across Central Pa. These events are designed for parents and caregivers to learn alongside their kids and offer relevant and engaging educational experiences for youth of all ages (pre-K through high school). The majority of events are free.