PhénoménArt¹  Trainings

Between oil pastel and tactile paint, which of these mediums do you think is more inclined to contain emotions? Which of those dimensions between shapes, movement, space and colour are part of art material? Finally, did you know that art is: “…the creation of symbolic forms of the human emotions?”²

“Knowing how to draw is not a required prerequisite, neither a selection criteria to subscribe to trainings”


Right or left hemisphere?

Which part of your brain is analogical and capable of seeing the big picture of a situation right from the start? Which hemisphere do you use to keep track of time? Using the symbol (+) to calculate a sum comes from which brain mode?

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Professional Trainings

Additional tool for clinical intervention

Duration: 1 day     

Theoretical content: Art-therapy utilities. Creative process phases. Mediums axis. Clinical case… etc.

Experiential aspect: Collective mural. 2D composition workshop. analog drawing. 3D composition workshop.

Introduction to art therapy counselling approaches

Duration: 1 day                           

Theoretical content: Scribbles: definition and utilities, assisting the client with the workshop preparation steps. Phenomenological method. Clinical case… etc.

Experiential aspect: Individual scribbles exercises. Interactive duo communication workshops. Phenomenological pre-game… etc.

Corporate Training Programs

Exploration through various art mediums

Duration: ½ day

Theoretical content: Emotional needs. Personal development stages. 3 steps interpersonal relationships… etc.

Experiential aspect: Multi-sensory learning experiences vs. educational training. Individual or collective creation workshop options. 

Exploration through various art mediums

Duration: ½ day

Theoretical content: Analog drawing workshop. Exploration of the creative steps. Visual conceptualization of problems-solving.

Experiential aspect: The content/container exercise. Analog drawing: illustrating an idea, a problem to solve… etc.


*See also the Art Ému workshops section.

1. I use the term PhénoménArt to represent a creative movement issued from the phenomenological approach.

2. Langer S.K. (1957). Problems of art. Ten philosophical lectures. Londres. Routledge.