Creating Your Vision Card: An Expression and Inspiration For You
Markham/Stouffville Women’s Wellness Circle

Vision cards are a creative and playful way to explore your vision or goals for your life. Vision cards are meant to be kept in a wallet and looked at throughout the day as they help us remember and keep in touch with our goals and dreams.

Deb Nolan will be returning this year to lead us in creating our vision cards. Deb led last year’s “Creating Mandala” circle which was a huge success.

In our circle, we will work with text, images and symbols. Participants will create their own small wallet sized card using various art techniques.

All materials will be provided, however participants are welcome to bring favourite magazines to use for collage. No art experience is needed.

Other great things about vision cards:
– they are an easy size to carry around in your wallet as a reminder
– they are a reminders for motivating change in your life
– they are a creative way to express your vision and life goals
– they are a reflective and helpful process to define key life values

Date: Friday, March 31st
Time: 6:50 – 9PM
Location: The Village Hive
Cost: $20.00

Deborah Nolan has worked as an arts educator for over 20 years. Over the past 10 years she has managed arts education programs and events in various galleries across the GTA. In addition to her gallery work she facilitates art workshops in various mediums for non-profit organizations and their clientele. Her favourite mediums include bookmaking, printmaking, collage and painting. Prior to finding her passion in the world of museums, Deborah lived overseas in Asia for 10 years. Throughout her stay on the culturally rich island of Java, Indonesia she was active in the arts, both as a practicing artist and arts educator. She currently works at the Art Gallery of Ontario.