SoulCollage® is a fun gathering where you can play with images from magazines, catalogs or calendars and organize them onto 5 X 8 inch mat board to create a “deck” of cards that hold meaning for you. Create cards that represent your passions, pleasures, family, community, inner aspects of yourself…your shadows, archetypes, anything!
In these gatherings, all materials are supplied, including images, glue, and mat boards. After creating some cards, we walk around for a gallery walk to look at everyone’s creations.
There is also a writing aspect to this process, so you can journal what the card means to you. Sometimes we are unsure of the meaning of the card, until we give the card a “voice” which states “I am the one who….” (See some samples below.) The journaling process helps to access the meaning of the cards, which can be very deep because the cards are our soul’s expression. No art talent is required.
It’s fun, simple and soulful!
Judy is a trained SoulCollage® Facilitator.
SoulCollage® classes with Judy are held (normally) the first Sunday of each month from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. for $40 (all materials are supplied). Check the Workshops and Programs page for occasional exceptions; SoulCollage® is not held on some holiday weekends. Also, there are normally two day-long classes a year.
SoulCollage® was developed by Seena Frost (www.SoulCollage.com ). SoulCollage® cards are made either from one’s own art or from images found in materials like magazines, catalogs and calendars. These collaged cards are used only for the cardmaker’s own inner exploration. SoulCollage® cards are not sold, traded, bartered, or copied (except as a back-up for the card maker’s own use). Where SoulCollage® cards are available to be seen by others, it is for the purposes either of demonstrating the SoulCollage® process or of sharing the card maker’s inner process in the context of community.
SoulCollage® is grateful to the artists and photographers who make this deep awakening process possible and in all ways SoulCollage® seeks to be respectful of their rights.