Sunday, April 7th 2019 Pandora's Collective Presents Rediscovering Your Inner Child Workshop 1 pm-3:30 pm 2323 Quebec Street Vancouver, BC, V5T 1R7 Canada Come rediscover your inner child by engaging in activities from your youth. We will be playing and utilizing materials such as finger painting and collage in order to reignite the kid in you. No artistic ability needed. Friends, children, significant others welcome. $35 per person $25 student discount Includes all materials and snacks Facilitators: Bonnie Nish and Ruby Cone Bonnie Nish is Executive Director of Pandora’s Collective Outreach Society. Bonnie’s first book of poetry ‘Love and Bones ’was released by Karma Press in 2013. Bonnie has a Masters in Arts Education from Simon Fraser University and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Language and Literacy Education at UBC. Her book “Concussion and Mild TBI: Not Just Another Headline” an anthology of concussion-related stories, was published by Lash and Associates in 2016. Her next book of poetry Cantata in Two Voices, co-written with Jude Neale, was released last fall by Ekstasis Editions. Bonnie is an Expressive Arts Therapist with a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies from the Vancouver Expressive Arts Therapy School who has worked extensively with youth and adults in high-risk situations. She has conducted writing and expressive arts workshops for over 20 years across North America. She is a faculty member at the Vancouver Expressive Arts Therapy School where she teaches. Ruby Cone MA is a Certified Expressive Arts Therapist who specializes in grief work and the many complications, which arise for individuals, partners and groups alike. In the last five years, she has worked at the Dr. Peter’s Centre, Musqueam Nation, East Side Alternative High School and Pacifica Rehabilitation Centre. She also has an extensive background in aquatic therapy and assisting children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is through Ruby’s own personal journey through loss combined with her Master's studies at the European Graduate School, which has led her to gain a deeper insight into the complex work that surrounds grief. She brings with her an individual knowledge that allows a delicate balance of compassion, expression, and theory to those she works with.