Studio E: The Epilepsy Art Program is for people with any type of epilepsy and at different stages of their epilepsy journey. Some are confident; others struggle with stigma.

Studio E offers a unique way for people with epilepsy to socialize with others and open up honestly about daily challenges in a trusting, expressive environment.

  • Express yourself through art in a multi-week art program
  • Work with art professionals and other people with epilepsy in a group setting
  • Use a variety of mediums
  • Strengthen your artistic voice
  • Learn from others in an open and welcoming environment
  • Develop confidence
  • Help raise awareness about the realities of life with epilepsy

 

No prior art experience needed!

The first nationwide program of its kind

 

*Please note that this program is offered exclusively to people with epilepsy.

Studio E Houston

If you would like to sign up for Studio E in Houstonplease contact Pat Cade at pcade@eftx.org or (888) 548-9716 by August 31, 2018.

Date: Every Friday from Sept 14., through Oct. 19, 2018

Time: 9:00 A.M. until noon

Place: 2401 Fountain View, Ste. 900, Houston, TX 77057

Admission: Adults (18 yrs. Plus). Free, a limited amount of space available

 

Studio E Amarillo

If you would like to sign up for Studio E in Amarillo, please contact Shelley Spencer at sspencer@eftx.org or (806) 352-5426.

Next Meeting Date: TBD

Time: 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

Place: 600 S Tyler, Suite 1308, Amarillo, TX 79101

Admission: Adults (17 yrs. Plus). Free, a limited amount of space available

Breakfast and Supplies included.

If you need assistance with transportation please call by Friday morning or contact Taxipros (350-7777) to see if we arranged open taxi for this event.

 

“Studio E allows people to uncover and transform difficult emotions involving their experience of epilepsy through the use of symbol and metaphor. The safety and containment of the creative process engages the whole person and provides the opportunity for integration of previously disconnected parts of self.” Lacy, art therapist.

“My original Studio E classmates were a diverse group of extroverts and introverts with different confidence levels. Through the process, I discovered a lot of talent and passion in myself that I didn’t even know existed. By the end of the sessions, I felt not only like I was accepted, but I understood what Studio E was designed for.” Erick, Studio E participant