Bringing Light and Love to Mental Health

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Wednesday, OCT 6

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Free Lecture


6:30 p.m.

The PACE Center
20000 Pikes Peak Avenue
Parker, CO 80138


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Bringing Light and Love to Mental Health

A panel discussion with: Artist Scott Switzer, Jim Stevens, VFW Post 1 Veterans Arts Council Director, and Sarah El Hage, VA Recreational Therapist

In coordination with the PACE Center exhibition, “Through the Eyes of Artists: Understanding Mental Health Through Artistic Expression,” please join us for a panel discussion with artist Scott Switzer, whose artwork is a response to—and way of coping with—his son’s descent into schizophrenia; Justine Murray, who created the Ethan Murray Fund to support counseling, costs of medication and Homeless transitions in Spokane Washington after losing her own son during a mental health crisis; Jim Stevens, VFW Post 1 Veterans Arts Council Director and award-winning international artist and author who is also legally blind as a result of combat wounds while serving in the U.S. Army; and Sarah El Hage, VA Recreational Therapist. Panelists will share personal experiences and insights into how art can bring about healing and awareness.


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