ENTERTAINMENT

West Valley Arts Council starts peacebuilding series

Posted 11/17/20

The West Valley Arts Council and Artio Services will present a Peacebuilding Through The Arts workshop from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19 at the AZ TechCelerator, 12425 W. Bell Road in …

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ENTERTAINMENT

West Valley Arts Council starts peacebuilding series

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The West Valley Arts Council and Artio Services will present a Peacebuilding Through The Arts workshop from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19 at the AZ TechCelerator, 12425 W. Bell Road in Surprise.

This workshop series aims to reduce gender-based, racial, and youth violence through nonviolent communication, mindfulness practices and arts-based projects.

The first workshop in the series is free with a required reservation. Space is limited.

Due to state and county regulations and to maintain a safe and healthy environment, it is mandatory for all visitors to wear a mask or face covering that covers the nose and mouth. Guests may bring their own mask or a disposable mask will be provided at the door.

Register online at this page.

For information, visit: the West Valley Arts Council at westvalleyarts.org or Artio Services at artioservices.com.

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