Author: Nicole Mullet

Guest Blogger: Jeff Klemm This blog series will examine the many roles the arts have in healing. Today we hear from Jeff Klemm, multi-talented performer and educator. I decided to 100% commit to getting sober exactly three weeks after my son’s mother broke u[...]
What is your earliest memory of participating in arts and culture?Growing up as the youngest of four children on a farm in Iowa to parents who grew up during the Depression, arts and culture were pretty low on the priority list. I have to say my earliest memory of any a[...]
Guest Blogger: Samuel Hoskins This blog series will examine the many roles the arts have in healing. Today we hear from Samuel Hoskins, freelance artist and studio assistant at Akron ArtWorks. The blog content and images address issues of gender dysphoria, suicidal idea[...]
What is your earliest memory of participating in arts and culture?My family and I have been hiking the various trails at Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP) for many years. The trails are beautiful, rewarding, and where one can easily (re)discover nature. In addition, [...]
What is your earliest memory of participating in arts and culture? I remember attending live events at the Weathervane Theater with my family. We also got to see plays based on Edgar Allen Poe as a school field trip and I loved it. How do arts, culture, and environ[...]
Guest Blogger: Nicole Topp, LPCC, ATR This blog series will examine the many roles the arts have in healing. Today we hear from Nicole Topp, an Outpatient Counselor at Child Guidance & Family Solutions. Using Art Therapy with Children and Teens Children and tee[...]
What is your earliest memory of participating in arts and culture? The earliest memory I have is of attending a Festa Junina in São Paulo with my extended family.  There was live music and dancing and set a bar for fun.  Even today listening to[...]