Welcome to ART SHUL

A HOME FOR SPIRITUAL CONNECTION THROUGH THE ARTS

Want to be a part of a creative community that is grounded in embodied contemplation and guided by connection to your ancestors and ancient traditions? Are you energized to take part in the transformation and healing that is needed on earth right now?

Do you have gifts and offerings you would like to bring into collaboration with other amazing people?

This place is for you, welcome.

Want to stay connected, subscribe to Art Shul’s mailing list





What we’re about

ART SHUL is a virtual and in-person community that centers around the creative process as a tool for healing, growth, and spiritual connection.

Through Shabbat dinners, workshops, retreats, intuitive guidance sessions, and other artful offerings ART SHUL is a catalyst for personal and cultural transformation.

Healing fragmentation, coming back to wholeness.

how to get involved

ART SHUL is a new project, currently putting on events in the Seattle area. If you would like to help make something happen in your area, that’s totally possible. Please be in-touch.

 

meet the founder

Mo Golden M.A. is an intuitive artist and intercultural trainer, based in Olympia, Wa.

She completed her Masters in Education and Human Development from The George Washington University, where she was a Jim Joseph Foundation Fellow. Her studies focused on: Experiential/Immersive Education, Intercultural Training, Jewish Cultural Arts, and Organizational Leadership.

Mo holds a 620-hour certification in Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy from PCETI in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with a concentration in using the arts in cross-cultural and coaching contexts. She has been facilitating expressive arts and embodied contemplation workshops, as well as working with clients one-on-one since 2012.

upcoming events

Just you wait, there’s some good stuff cooking.

Starting in January 2019, ART SHUL will be putting on monthly Shabbat dinners and other community gatherings in the Seattle area.

Other plans in the works: a retreat in Port Townsend, Wa. focusing on healing home, belonging, and otherness young adults with Jewish ancestors (Aug. 2019)

More to come!