A CREATIVE RECOVERY WORKSHOP
in San Francisco
Join filmmaker Adriana Marchione, recovery advocate Shelley Richanbach
and performance artist Peter Griggs for a day exploring the arts in recovery
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24th, 2018
All Proceeds will support The Creative High
(A documentary feature film in production)
Adriana Marchione, MA, REAT, RSMT, has been involved in the arts for over twenty five years as a filmmaker, exhibiting visual artist, movement educator, Argentine tango dancer, arts curator and healing artist. She is a dynamic leader in her work as an expressive arts therapist and somatic movement educator based in San Francisco. Adriana is a core faculty member of the Tamalpa Institute, an internationally renowned training center for movement-based expressive arts education in Marin County, California. She works with artists of all types, and has a special focus supporting creative people who have struggled with addiction, trauma and grief. Adriana was awarded Artist of the Year in 2016 through In Recoverymagazine. www.adrianamarchione.com
Shelley Richanbach, CADC, Associate Producer is a certified drug and alcohol counselor and an expressive arts educator. She brings dance and the arts to her students and clients with a special focus on addiction/recovery. Shelley founded Next Steps for Women in 2010 and helped to create and establish one of the first Recovery Community Organizations (RCO) in California, Voices of Recovery San Mateo County, in 2009. Her passions include dance and performance, working and playing in nature, and as an activist for reducing stigma attached to Behavioral Health and Recovery. Find her at www.nextstepsforwomen.com.
Peter Griggs’ work includes collaborations; with Boathouse Productions,and EmSpace Dance theater. He is founder of the Burning Monk Collective which has produced two of his original works “Subrosa” and “Killer Queen,” which premiered at Mama Calizo’s Voice Factory in early 2010. In 2011 another run of “Killer Queen” was produced as a site specific work in SF and in LA, and received a GLAAD nomination for outstanding Los Angeles Theatre. Griggs is happy to be with Erika Chong Shuch Performance Project. His performances are dedicated to the Amazing Mama Dwayne Calico.