Expressive Arts Carnival Activity No. 14

| By Paul |

Welcome to Activity No. 14 of the Expressive Arts Carnival for the month of September 2011. Thank you to all who participate and a special welcome if you are new!

This month's theme:

Through drawing, painting, or any other visual means, create an image that incorporates your personal hopes and dreams. You can do this any way you wish. Perhaps it will make it easier to consider a specific timeframe: 1 month, 1 year, 10 years. Or to focus on one specific area, if you are not a "big picture" kind of person. With your entry, please also include a couple of sentences saying what the process was like for you which will accompany your art.

Entries are due by Sunday, September 25, 2011 and will be published shortly thereafter.

You may also feel free to send me a link to a page hosted on your own site (or blog), if you have one. If you do not have a blog post specifically on your entry, and you do have a blog, please tell me if you would like a link to your blog in the carnival. It is important to repeat that nobody is required to have a website in order to participate.

To submit an entry use this link to e-mail: paul@mindparts.org

Please use "EXPRESSIVE ARTS" in the subject heading to help me keep track of submissions. Every submission will receive an acknowledgement of receipt. If you do not receive one within a day or two, then please follow up with me.

The Expressive Arts Carnival was founded to to bring survivors of abuse together through expressive arts activities. On the Carnival's home page you can find links to all activity announcements and Carnival publications. Activities are posted at the beginning of every month and submissions are open for approximately 2-3 weeks. The Carnival will be posted shortly after submissions are closed.

If you have questions or need clarifications, direct them to me by e-mail or ask in the comments here.

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This page contains a single entry published on September 8, 2011 4:18 PM.

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