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11th International Conference
Join us in October 2015 for our first IEATA conference in Asia. We are in the beginning stages of planning and wanted you to save the tentative dates: Pre-conference scheduled for October 6-7, 2015 and conference dates are October 8-10, 2015 both in Hong Kong, China. IEATA is very excited to host our conference in Hong Kong!
Our working theme is THE FLOWING TAO OF EXPRESSIVE ARTS. The theme will be developed more and soon we will be soliciting proposals for conference workshops as well as finalizing the actual venue which we are researching right now. This conference will be a wonderful opportunity to learn about what is happening the expressive art in Asia, meet some of the world renowned pioneers and practitioners in expressive arts from both the East and West. We are planning pre-conference workshops and conference activities that will introduce participants to what Asia has to offer culturally as well as specific programs that have been developed in Asia. It will be an exciting opportunity to expand our view of the expressive arts.
There will be many levels of participation so all can join us from volunteers, presenter, key note speakers and active and vital participants. So save the tentative dates in October 2015, plan a trip to Hong Kong and look for more details with each newsletter and enews and conference announcements. See you all in Hong Kong in 2015!
1st Latin American Regional Symposium
Weaving The Americas
Tejiendo las Americas (español)
February 27-28 and March 1st 2014
Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala
We want to thank all the presenters and attendees for making this weaving posible and so special. We will be posting pictures soon.
Weaving the Americas, the First IEATA Latin American regional symposium, will allow for exchange of different methodologies and techniques used in Latin American countries.
Pre-symposium, the 27th February:
During the morning we will visit Iximche, an archaeological site, the last city of the mayan-kaqchikeles and Guatemala’s first capital. A Mayan shaman will conduct an opening ceremony followed by a guided tour of the ruins.
After a typical Guatemalan lunch we will have a expressive arts workshop with members of a local community.
The cost is $ 100 which includes: transportation, visit to the site, lunch and workshop.
Estimated time: leaving Antigua at 7:30 a.m. and returning at 6:00p.m.
The symposium will be held in Antigua, Guatemala the 28th February and 1st March. We are planning two full days of workshops as well as time for sharing, more information coming soon.
The cost for the encounter is $200.
IEATA members will have a discount.
You can also attend only one of the two days (only Friday or only Saturday) for $ 100
You can e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
10th Biennial International Conference
Expressive Arts in the Winds of Change
Las Artes Expresivas en los Aires de Cambio
March 14-17, 2013
DoubleTree Hotel, Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
Keynote with Natalie Rogers!
John F. Kennedy University (JFKU),
California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), and
Sofia University (formerly Institute of Transpersonal Psychology)
Also sponsored by
Meridian University, and
International University of Professional Studies (IUPS)
How do we rise to meet the Winds of Change? Do we flail wildly in the violent gusts? Do we stand firmly as the jet stream passes over us? Do we ride the winds like ethereal surfers or like ribbons in the breeze?
Check out the photos and videos below, and find more on Facebook.
March 23, 2013
What a marvelous conference we just ended!
It was a resounding success in a multitude of ways, made possible by an energetic stream of bright and talented presenters--including our beloved elder, Natalie Rogers, who delivered a beautifully inspiring keynote...under the leadership of our gifted and hard-working Conference Committee Co-Chairs Denise Boston, Jacob Kaminker, and Doreen Maller...surrounded by the most astonishing art-making and installations...supported by a strong, uplifting wind and a plethora of eager volunteers. (Thank you, Leyla, for your masterful recruitment and organizing of all those valued helpers!)
The Doubletree Hotel was most accommodating, and the weather cooperated completely.
We missed those of you unable to attend this time and hope to see you in Hong Kong in 2015--if not sooner, as there are rumblings now of plans to move forward with regional symposia in the meantime, and with a frequency that keeps up with the glorious momentum we have stirred. Stay tuned for updates!
But mostly, thanks to the best Membership on the globe for your contributions that make this organization possible, and healthy, and light a bright path to the future.
Our warmest wishes,
Haley and Mitchell
Your Executive Co-Chairs
IEATA Welcome Video 2013 from Steve Maller on Vimeo.
Conference Sessions and Presenters
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John F. Kennedy University
Sofia University (formerly the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology)
California Institute of Integral Studies
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology