Understanding the impact of popular culture on personal identity
This workshop is part of the MAGIS Session Series: a new series of workshops where participants can learn about how arts-based approaches turn into meaningful and impactful practice, from professionals who are integrating the arts into practices such as therapy, education, team dynamics, and spirituality. For other workshops in the Series and for resources on the subject of the Expressive Arts Approach, hover over LEARN EXPRESSIVE ARTS in the Navigation Bar.
Date to be announced
9 AM – 12 PM
111 Cordillera, Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City
EARLYBIRD RATE: P 1,300.00
REGULAR RATE: P 1,500.00
Fee includes materials. Payment details below.
In today’s cultural climate of the persistent flow of visual stimuli, the accessibility of media through user-friendly technology and digital platforms, and a rapid pace of creative production, it is important to consider how we live with popular culture. Art Therapist Franchie Lagmay talks about her practice and a growing understanding of the impact of popular culture on personal identity. Her practice in Singapore and in the Philippines, particularly with children, has given her insight into the way media and technology can shape the way people process themselves and the world around them.
Franchie Lagmay is an Art Therapist and visual artist with a creative background in Visual Communication. She trained to be an art therapist at the LASALLE College of Arts in Singapore, after working as a freelance artist and designer for a few years. Today, Franchie holds clinic at MAGIS and has recently launched her own space in Ortigas, Atelier, to help bring Art Therapy to the creative community of the Philippines. Her close collaboration with MAGIS has grown from a shared advocacy for the arts as a way shaping a more meaningful life through self-awareness and creativity.
- Introduction to Pop Culture
- Culture of the People: how pop culture becomes Pop Culture
- Pop Culture as a Process: how people relate to culture
- Pop Culture in Art Therapy: applications and case studies
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