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Taking Care: Where Art Meets Wellness

Date: Sunday, April 30, 2023
Time: 11 am – 12:30 pm

AWE presents ZOOM art workshops to participants in support of their mental health and overall wellbeing. Led by Ainslee Winter, professional art therapist and artist, AWE hosts a safe creative space that brightens up the weekends of countless people in our community in a time where we need connection most of all. Each workshop begins with a well-being check-in, followed by a meditation, a slow-looking art exercise, and an art-making activity.


Gently Shaping: A Practice of Nourishing What Is - Sunday, May 28, 2023, 11am-12:30pm

Shaping is about attuning to our moment to moment experience,  and connecting information with what we have found!

Get to know your patterns as we continue to befriend the nervous system and explore how to gently shape new pathways of regulation. The adventure continues as we learn about the continuum of stretching versus stressing our nervous systems, and practical techniques to apply to your life!

With increased awareness, we are better able to manage our everyday experiences and flourish into a life that is nourishing and well. Let this session be a journey filled with curiosity, insight, and healing!


  • Paper
  • Writing/Drawing tools (pencils, markers, watercolours, etc.)
  • Optional: clay, found objects, etc.
  • Any materials you feel connected to, or have at home

*If you do not have these items, no need to worry! We can work with whatever materials you have at home or are inclined to use! 

  • Workshops are FREE and open to everyone.
  • Workshops are delivered virtually on ZOOM. Once registered, you will receive instructions on how to join the ZOOM meeting.
  • Live, automatic closed-captions are enabled during the workshop. For any other accessibility requirements, please contact
  • Questions? Please contact Sophie Hinch, Education and Public Programs Coordinator at

Taking Care: Where Art Meets Wellness is supported by the Solcz Family Foundation.  

About the Facilitator: Ainslee Winter

Ainslee draws on 5 years of experience as an art therapist, community wellness program provider, and spiritual healer/teacher. Her ability to connect with her diverse clients helps support her holistic approach to wellness. Through her practice, Ainslee provides compassionate care to individuals and communities through creative expression. Ainslee hopes to continue to support self-discovery, connection, transformation, and inspiration with the continued efforts as she grows professionally. She believes it is through our self-growth process and commitment to healing, that we will begin to see ripples of growth throughout our community.