The Epilepsy Art Project

Epilepsy Foundation of Utah and Art Access are excited to bring you the opportunity to express yourself through art as part of a multi-week art therapy program. You’ll work with a licensed art therapist and other people with epilepsy in a group setting to create art pieces using visual art mediums. Strengthen your artistic voice and learn from others in an open, welcoming environment!

The Epilepsy Art Project is open to artists of all talent levels, whether you are a professional artist or have never held a paintbrush.

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Dates: April (6, 13, 27) and May 4 from 2 - 4:30 pm. There is no class on April 20. 
Time: 2-4:30 PM
Place: Art Access @ 230 S 500 W, Room 110, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Admission: Free with advanced registration. Class size limited to 10 participants. Registration is full at this time.

If you would like more information about how to sign up for The Epilepsy Art Project, call Margo at 801-455-6089 or email

Please note that this program is offered exclusively to people with epilepsy.

Epilepsy Foundation of Utah and Art Access are excited to bring you the opportunity to express yourself through art as part of a multi-week art therapy program. You’ll work with art therapist Ida Yoked (MA, ATR) and other people with epilepsy in a group setting to create art pieces using visual art mediums. Strengthen your artistic voice and learn from others in an open, welcoming environment!

Ida Yoked is one of the founders and the director of Expressive Therapies Utah. Ida is a board-certified Art Therapist, artist, and photographer. Mrs. Yoked received her Master's degree in Art therapy from Pratt Institute and the School of Visual Arts NYC. Before opening ETU, Ida worked extensively in the mental health systems of New York City and New Jersey, mainly with mental illness and chemical addiction. She has served as the Director of the Creative Art therapies at Post Graduate Center for Mental Health in NYC, as well as director of Project Us (a consumer-operated psychosocial club House Program). In addition, she has worked in inpatient and outpatient settings. Developing a multimodality approach to treatment with aphasia and stroke survivors she works with all ages providing individual, group, couple and family therapy

The Epilepsy Art Project is open to artists of all talent levels, whether you are a professional artist or have never held a paintbrush.

 

 

The Epilepsy Art Project for Youth

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Admission: Free with advanced registration. Class size is limited to 10 participants. Please note that this program is exclusively designed for children (ages 6 to 12) living with epilepsy.* 

If you would like more information about how to sign up for The Epilepsy Art Project for Youth, call Margo at 801-455-6089 or email

Epilepsy Foundation of Utah and Art Access are excited to bring you the opportunity for your child to express his or her self through art. Your child will work with a certified art therapist and other children with epilepsy in a group setting to explore their creative expression. Strengthen your child's voice through art therapy in an open, welcoming environment! An epilepsy nurse specialist and a licensed therapist, as well as other qualified adults, will be present for the duration of the camp.

Meet our Art Therapists: TBD

 

 

 

 

 

*Art Access serves a diverse clientele. Chronological and cognitive ages are taken into consideration upon registration of any participant, as well as individual adaptive needs. Please specify any special needs that your child may have at the time of registration.

If you would like more information about how to sign up for The Epilepsy Art Project for Youth, call Margo at 801-455-6089 or email

The Epilepsy Art Project is an art therapy program open to people with epilepsy in 30 U.S. cities, where participants are given the opportunity to creatively express themselves and their emotions. Living with epilepsy can be challenging and art therapy may be beneficial in working through how the condition impacts an individual's life. To learn more about the national Epilepsy Art Project, visit the National Epilepsy Foundations website

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