Workshop: Thursday, January 14, 2021 through Thursday, February 26, 2021
Mo Regulinski creates art that examines life with chronic disease, persistent health management and the power of the creative process to shift perception, especially in relation to diabetes. This series consists of contemporary fashion made from high quality materials to represent the body and embellished with hundreds of cleaned medical disposables used in her daily self-care. Each garment is a physical depiction of healthy choices that maintain strength in light of living with diabetes.
Join local artist, Maureen “Mo” Regulinski for Make & Believe™ a seven-week workshop. VIDEO: Make & Believe Workshops
Make & Believe™ is designed to help you re-imagine your health journey using simple art processes that will encourage you to creatively explore your hidden strengths.
Meet the Artist: Maureen “Mo” Regulinski, MFA
Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of three, Mo through her art is a health advocate. Relying on medical directives for life saving care, Mo uses art process to shape her perspective on managing diabetes. Mo offers classes, workshops, and exhibits presenting ideas on incorporating art into life’s stories. She has worked with VMFA, VCU Health, St. Catherine School and participates in juried art exhibits around the country. She holds an MFA from the University of Southern California.
The Make &Believe™ workshop will inspire you to change your biggest challenge into something beautiful.
When: 6:45 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 14, 2021 through Thursday, February 26, 2021
Where: Studio B at The Cultural Arts Center
MAKE YOUR RESERVATION TODAY! Virtual and In-Person options available.
This workshop is offered through the generosity of the Bon Secours Mercy Health Foundation. Donations to help offset the costs for supplies are encouraged. Space is limited; for more information about the Make & Believe™ Workshop, please click here or contact Mo Regulinski: firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-221-4740.