Thu, May 12|
Create Space Langley
Time & Location
May 12, 10:00 AM – Jun 02, 12:00 PM
Create Space Langley, Langley, WA 98260, USA
About the event
with Eric Mulholland
Thursday mornings: 10 am to noon
May 12, 19, 26, June 2
If you are able, we appreciate a $5-$10 cash donation to Create Space per class session
You don’t need to be an actor to have fun with theater improv and learn from its very affirming life lessons. Join expressive arts therapist and theater artist Eric Mulholland for a safe and fun adventure into the world of improv where you’ll get to welcome more creativity, flexibility, and play into your life. Eric is a master at creating a very safe space to take risks. There is no right or wrong, no good or bad. No judgement at all. Each 2-hour class will focus on developing your voice, freeing up movement, and learning improv techniques and games that promote connection and FUN. This class is for anyone. No experience required.
Eric Mulholland is a theatre artist, expressive arts therapist, and facilitator. He’s worked internationally using the arts and experiential learning techniques to teach people creative approaches for enlivening groups. Eric has been an actor and a drama educator within professional and regional theatre companies for over 30 years in southern California and in the Pacific Northwest. He received an acting scholarship for his undergraduate studies, focusing on educational theatre.
In 2005, Eric became a licensed massage therapist and more recently, Eric earned his master’s degree in expressive arts therapy with a minor in psychology at the European Graduate School (EGS) in Saas-Fee, Switzerland. He has a keen interest in the topics of loss, grief, and bereavement and how the expressive arts can be a useful tool in shaping those experiences. Eric sees individual clients online and at his home office. He facilitates expressive arts groups at Hummingbird Studios, located at the South Whidbey Community Center.
Eric also enjoys spending time with friends over a home cooked meal and working with his hands in the garden. Hiking, running, swimming, skiing, and travel are a routine part of his self-care. He loves to explore his creative side in his home studio by painting, dancing, and writing.
To learn more about Eric’s expressive arts work, visit: www.erixpressivearts.com
Eric Mulholland, MA, LMP