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Healing Through Art: Intimate Conversations on Creativity, Grief, and Hope

Join an intimate conversation on healing through art, while exploring how creativity can help us navigate grief and find hope. 

During the final evening of the Mindful Mess Festival, Rowha Mohid, founder of GuiltlessThreads, will be hosting an intimate and reflective conversation on the healing power of art. In this session, we will be exploring how creativity can be used as a means of tackling grief and finding hope, and how art can be integrated into our everyday lives.   

Surrounded by beautiful works of art and the warm glow of candles, participants will be encouraged to unleash their inner child and tap into their innate creativity. We believe that art is a powerful tool that can help us express our emotions and navigate the difficult times in our lives. Through the open discussion, we hope to inspire others to use art as a means of self-expression and healing.   

The conversation will cover a range of topics, including the importance of play and having fun, ways to use art in your daily life, and tips for starting your own daily creative practice. We will also discuss how different forms of art, such as painting, drawing, and writing, can be used to process grief and find hope. 

Following the conversation, we will open up the floor for an open Q&A session, where participants can further discuss any points or ask questions about integrating art into their healing process. We hope that this conversation will be a meaningful and transformative experience for all who participate, and that it will inspire others to explore the healing power of art in their own lives. *Please note this is a non-clinical session.

Rowha Mohid

Rowha Mohid is a multi-hyphenated non-clinical art facilitator, cultural curator, and ethnographic producer with a passion for community building and storytelling. With a deep-seated belief in the power of collective communities, she leverages their strength to create impactful and enduring narratives. Rowha’s art serves as a form of therapy to initiate conversations on critical intersectional issues such as climate change, social justice, mental health and racial equity. Through her artistic expression and community engagement, Rowha strives to create a more inclusive and connected world through her work at GuiltlessThreads.


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