Gilah Yelin Hirsch, MFA.
Title: Professor, Art
Office: LCH B106
Phone Extension: x3966
Email Username: ghirsch
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Originator and Facilitator of Seminars, Workshops, and Conferences
- 2008 - Sunshine Kids Foundation, Dallas, TX, workshop, "Art, Visualization, and Healing," for children with cancer, Marriott Hotel Downtown, Los Angeles, CA
- 2006 - Center for Environmental and Energy Medicine, Council Grove Conference, KS, co-convener five day international conference "Seeding a Coherent Future: A Constellation of Perspectives"
- 2001 - Hollyhock Institute, Cortes Island, BC; 5-day intensive workshop: “Authentic Creativity”
- 2001 - The Studio: Venice, California: 3 day Intensive workshop: “Creative Behavior from the Inside Out: Overcoming Preciousness and Fear”
- 2001 - Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California, “Creative Behavior from the Inside Out: Overcoming Preciousness and Fear”
- 2000 - Hollyhock Institute, Cortes Island, BC, Canada, 5 day intensive workshop “Creativity from the Inside Out: Generating Original Imagery”
- 2000 - Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California: 5 day intensive workshop: “Creative Behavior from the Inside Out: Overcoming Preciousness and Fear
- 1995 - Convenor of the Council Grove Conference, Menninger Foundation, Kansas: "Healing History, Culture, and Consciousness"
- 1990 - “Conference on Knowing” at The Rim Institute, Payson, Arizona. Conceived, coordinated and facilitated the five day conference which dealt with epistomology, intuition and the building of confidence from a multidisciplinary perspective.
- 1972 to 78 - Initiator and facilitator of "Joan of Art" seminars and marathons (later known as "John and Joan of Art"). These seminars, marathons and courses trained artists to knowledgeably and creatively manage their professional careers as artists. These seminars were presented at Womanspace, Los Angeles; California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland; as well as studio workshops