DIY Art Therapy Class
Sep
26
7:30pm 7:30pm

DIY Art Therapy Class

WE'RE BACK! NEW & IMPROVED!

We hope you all had great summers, we're back to our regular monthly slot at DSFL, with a new season of Art workshops addressing mental health issues, with some newly developed structures to help you process issues and make good quality art!

Our art therapy classes will be a place where you can:
- Be safe and accepted. Including all self identifying-women and women of colour.
- Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
- Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and inbetweeners welcomed! 
-Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
-Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
-Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

ALL materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment. A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class. 

*Please note all of our themes and pieces are chosen and worked on from a positive, empowering and self-esteem building perspective and we do our best to avoid anything that could be triggering. We do not mention or bring up triggering or traumatic subjects.*

Delicious baked vegan goods will be for sale with all proceeds going towards our cause! This month will be ~gooey vegan chocolate brownies~ and ~vegetarian PIZZA~ 🍕🍕🍕

Class finishes at 9.30 but the bar will stay open until 10pm.

*THIS IS A TICKETED EVENT*
Please buy your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment

There is a limited number of tickets and they go very quickly....

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Art Therapy Class - London
Jun
27
7:30pm 7:30pm

Art Therapy Class - London

LIFE DRAWING SPECIAL!!

Theme: Appreciating Our Bodies and the Female Form

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TICKETS £5 Including all materials! 
Please buy your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment
THERE WILL BE NO TICKETS ON THE DOOR
There is a limited number of tickets and they go very quickly!
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This class will be a place where you can:
- Be safe and accepted. Including all self identifying-women and women of colour.
- Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
- Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and inbetweeners welcomed! 
-Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
-Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
-Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

ALL materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment. A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class. 

Delicious baked vegan goods will be for sale with all proceeds going towards our cause!

Class finishes at 9.30 but the bar will stay open until 10pm.

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 
These classes are a social event in a light-hearted environment, so we do provide an alcohol-stocked bar at most classes, therefore, this may not be suited to people who wish to be in a serious, professional theraputic setting.

DIY Space for London provides genderless toilets, disabled access and a bar for refreshments.
DIY Space for London is a members club, open to members and their guests. For more info: There is a limited number of tickets and they go VERY quickly.

Ages: 18+
STRICTLY Women & Female Identifying persons only
Nearest Station: Queens Road Peckham
DSFL can be a little hard to find on your first visit, so please check out this page for handy travel directions https://diyspaceforlondon.org/access/

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Art Therapy Class - London
May
30
7:30pm 7:30pm

Art Therapy Class - London

Facebook Event - Let us know you're attending!

This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

We also have a calm area away from the main class where those who have social anxiety can work in a quieter environment.


Delicious baked vegan goods will be for sale with all proceeds going towards our cause.

There is a limited number of tickets and they sell out VERY quickly

There will be a small booking charge of £3 per ticket which will be put back into the Sisterhood classes as a donation. 

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 
These classes are a social event in a light-hearted environment, so we do provide an alcohol-stocked bar at most classes, therefore, this may not be suited to people who wish to be in a serious, professional theraputic setting.

DIY Space for London provides genderless toilets, disabled access and a bar for refreshments.
Ages: 18+
STRICTLY Women & Female Identifying persons only

Nearest Station: Queens Road Peckham
Directions: https://diyspaceforlondon.org/access/
(It can be a little tricky to find for some, so do make note of these if you've not been to DSFL before)

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Art Therapy Class - Central Saint Martin's
May
11
6:00pm 6:00pm

Art Therapy Class - Central Saint Martin's

FREE FOR ALL UAL STUDENTS

 

Location: Room D115 and D117

This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 

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Art Therapy Class - Goldsmiths University
May
9
2:00pm 2:00pm

Art Therapy Class - Goldsmiths University

FREE FOR ALL GOLDSMITHS STUDENTS

This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 

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 Institutionalised Symposium - Royal College of Art
May
5
4:30pm 4:30pm

Institutionalised Symposium - Royal College of Art

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Location: Stevens Building, Red Room

This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 

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Art Therapy Class - Camberwell College of the Arts
May
3
6:00pm 6:00pm

Art Therapy Class - Camberwell College of the Arts

FREE FOR ALL UAL STUDENTS

 

Location: Pop up cafe

This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 
 

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Art Therapy Class - The Change Foundation
Apr
25
4:00pm 4:00pm

Art Therapy Class - The Change Foundation

The Change Foundation is a London-based organisation that aims to inspire young people through the power of sport and dance. Founded in 1981, it was originally named the The London Community Cricket Association with the intention of training unemployed directionless youth to become cricket coaches. Its scope has since broadened and the organisation now incorporates other activities, working in all 32 boroughs of London and a number of cities across the globe.

Please note that this is a private class.

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Art Therapy Class - London
Apr
19
7:30pm 7:30pm

Art Therapy Class - London

The theme of this class is: IDENTITY - BUILDING A STRONG SENSE OF SELF

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This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

We also have a calm area away from the main class where those who have social anxiety can work in a quieter environment.


Delicious baked vegan goods will be for sale with all proceeds going towards our cause.

There is a limited number of tickets and they sell out VERY quickly

There will be a small booking charge of £3 per ticket which will be put back into the Sisterhood classes as a donation. 

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 
These classes are a social event in a light-hearted environment, so we do provide an alcohol-stocked bar at most classes, therefore, this may not be suited to people who wish to be in a serious, professional theraputic setting.

DIY Space for London provides genderless toilets, disabled access and a bar for refreshments.
Ages: 18+
STRICTLY Women & Female Identifying persons only

Nearest Station: Queens Road Peckham
Directions: https://diyspaceforlondon.org/access/
(It can be a little tricky to find for some, so do make note of these if you've not been to DSFL before)

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Art Therapy Class - London
Mar
22
7:30pm 7:30pm

Art Therapy Class - London

 

This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

We also have a calm area away from the main class where those who have social anxiety can work in a quieter environment.


Delicious baked vegan goods will be for sale with all proceeds going towards our cause.

There is a limited number of tickets and they sell out VERY quickly

There will be a small booking charge of £3 per ticket which will be put back into the Sisterhood classes as a donation.
 

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 
These classes are a social event in a light-hearted environment, so we do provide an alcohol-stocked bar at most classes, therefore, this may not be suited to people who wish to be in a serious, professional theraputic setting.

DIY Space for London provides genderless toilets, disabled access and a bar for refreshments.
Ages: 18+

STRICTLY Women & Female Identifying persons only

Nearest Station: Queens Road Peckham
Directions: https://diyspaceforlondon.org/access/
(It can be a little tricky to find for some, so do make note of these if you've not been to DSFL before)

 
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Art Therapy Class - Glasgow
Feb
28
7:30pm 7:30pm

Art Therapy Class - Glasgow

 

This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

We also have a calm area away from the main class where those who have social anxiety can work in a quieter environment.


Delicious baked vegan goods will be for sale with all proceeds going towards our cause.

There is a limited number of tickets and they sell out VERY quickly

There will be a small booking charge of £0.75p per ticket which will be put back into the Sisterhood classes as a donation.
 

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 
These classes are a social event in a light-hearted environment, so we do provide an alcohol-stocked bar at most classes, therefore, this may not be suited to people who wish to be in a serious, professional theraputic setting.

Ages: 18+

STRICTLY Women & Female Identifying persons only

 
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Art Therapy Class - London
Feb
21
7:30pm 7:30pm

Art Therapy Class - London

This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

We also have a calm area away from the main class where those who have social anxiety can work in a quieter environment.


Delicious baked vegan goods will be for sale with all proceeds going towards our cause.

There is a limited number of tickets and they sell out VERY quickly

There will be a small booking charge of £3 per ticket which will be put back into the Sisterhood classes as a donation.
 

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 
These classes are a social event in a light-hearted environment, so we do provide an alcohol-stocked bar at most classes, therefore, this may not be suited to people who wish to be in a serious, professional theraputic setting.

DIY Space for London provides genderless toilets, disabled access and a bar for refreshments.
Ages: 18+

STRICTLY Women & Female Identifying persons only

Nearest Station: Queens Road Peckham
Directions: https://diyspaceforlondon.org/access/
(It can be a little tricky to find for some, so do make note of these if you've not been to DSFL before)

 
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Art Therapy Class x DIP Girls - Bristol
Feb
16
7:00pm 7:00pm

Art Therapy Class x DIP Girls - Bristol

This class will be a place where you can:

  • Be safe and accepted. Including all women, women of colour, female-identifying, non binary and trans women.
  • Express yourself creatively to suggested emotive themes.
  • Feel comfortable with whatever level of artistic ability you have. Beginners, experts and in-betweeners welcomed! 
  • Receive validation, praise and positive judgement for your work
  • Have the chance to express your emotions artistically in in a light-hearted environment
  • Gain the opportunity to socialise with other creative like-minded women.

All materials will be provided, although you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own and experiment.

A fifteen minute break will be provided half-way through the class.

We also have a calm area away from the main class where those who have social anxiety can work in a quieter environment.


Delicious baked vegan goods will be for sale with all proceeds going towards our cause.

There is a limited number of tickets and they sell out VERY quickly

There will be a small booking charge of £0.75P per ticket which will be put back into the Sisterhood classes as a donation.
 

Disclaimer:
This is a peer-led group developed and facilitated by volunteers with an interest in creativity and mental health to meet a need in the community. We are not trained therapists so cannot offer professional psychological support at the class, however, we are advised and supported by an accredited psychotherapist. Our team will of course be on hand for peer-support throughout the class. 
These classes are a social event in a light-hearted environment, so we do provide an alcohol-stocked bar at most classes, therefore, this may not be suited to people who wish to be in a serious, professional theraputic setting.

Ages: 18+

STRICTLY Women & Female Identifying persons only

 

 
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