TAR Project Announces Residency Artists

The TAR Project (Therapeutic Artist Residency) has announced their four Atlanta-based inaugural artist residents. TAR Project is a fiscally sponsored project of C4 Atlanta, and Orion Crook (founder of Orion Psychotherapy) is a a graduate of both the Ignite and Hatch programs.

The Therapeutic Artists Residency (TAR Project), founded in 2015 by Orion Psychotherapy, will work with four artists over the course of a year. Program participants will receive free monthly individual and two-hour group therapy sessions as well as a $200 Binders stipend, membership to C4 Atlanta and scholarship to a class of their choice, and a Rolfing session from Tappingin.org. In the therapeutic sessions, artists will explore therapeutic themes in their work, develop skills to use expression as a form of self-care and have direct support for their challenging life career path in the arts. The residency will culminate in a group show featuring individual and group work and consist of pre and post assessments. More information is available at OrionPsychotherapy.org

We are honored and pleased to announce the 2016-2017 TAR Residents:

Steven L. Anderson, StevenLAnderson.com

Artwork by Steven L. Anderson
Artwork by Steven L. Anderson

Kyle A. Henderson, KyleAHenderson.com

Artwork by Kyle A. Henderson
Artwork by Kyle A. Henderson

Xenia Simos

Artwork by Xenia Simos
Artwork by Xenia Simos

Julie Sims, LenSideOut.com

Artwork by Julie Sims
Artwork by Julie Sims

Congratulations to these resident artists and to the TAR Project for launching their residency program!

 

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