Common Good Espresso Cohort in collaboration with The Hive
Connection is everything, especially in this time of social distancing & isolation! Story-sharing is a powerful way to deepen “connective tissue” in our own lives and our communities, and to counteract the challenges we’re experiencing. Join us for a deep dive as we explore meaningful connection to self, community, and place. Learn expressive-arts and story-sharing techniques that strengthen the bonds between us; even in the virtual landscape.
Amy Tuttle serves the community as an Arts & Healing practitioner. She enjoys supporting communities with creative art-making, story-based techniques, trauma healing, energy work, and nature based rites of passage. Tuttle believes that these practices play an important role in personal growth, community-building, and cultural transformation. With an MA in Arts & Transformation, she has served communities around the globe as a teacher, trainer, and community-based artist. Locally, Tuttle serves as Director of Programming for WordPlay Cincy. She also enjoys teaching and performing with Pones Inc. and Cincinnati Arts Association.
Schedule: Tuesday, July 7, starting at 4 PM PT /7 PM ET for 2 hours / 6 weeks