GAGA and Coastal Bend College present:
Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48 inches. Photograph by Ron Johanningsmeier.
with Tina Karagulian, and spiritual director & Nia Instructor Therese "Terry" Pozza
Sat, Feb 2, 2019, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Oblate School of Theology, Whitley Theological Ctr, 285 Oblate Dr, SA, TX
This day-long, experiential, ecumenical women’s retreat offers self-care through collage and free-form Nia movement. Includes lunch.
4-Week Class: Breath, Relaxation, & Collage
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (THURS EVENINGS)
Thurs. Nov 8, 15, (skip 22), 29, and Dec 6 at 6:30 to 8:30 pm, 166 Babcock, San Antonio, TX 78201 Learning any new habit for 40 days will strengthen you. Doing a specific yoga set for 40 days will uplift you mind, body, and spirit. To assist that process, I am offering a 4-week class and each week we will begin with the Basic Breath Series, a Kundalini Yoga set that gives you a quick lift in energy, increased clarity, relaxation and balance. Afterward, we will enjoy a short meditation and then create a collage from our inner experience. No yoga or art experience required! Bring yoga mat, pillow, blanket, journal and water.
Thurs. Nov 8, 15, (skip 22), 29, and Dec 6 at 1-3 pm, 166 Babcock, San Antonio, TX 78201 This group spiritual direction opportunity incorporates meditation, relaxation, collage, and sharing with one another. You have an opportunity to release emotions, integrate on a soul level, and to view your collage week to week to see how your inner guidance is guiding you in this season of your life. When you sign up, please also send in a one-word theme you would like to explore, such as peace, forgiveness, clarity, etc. to incorporate for our group meditation.
The rainbow-haired woman in this collage comes from the painting, titled "Empowered," created in 2007 by watercolor artist Rita Loyd, featured in the 2017 We'Moon Stardust calendar. Reprinted here with permission from the artist. Visit https://NurturingArt.com/ and check out some of her other images on Zazzle! https://www.zazzle.com/s/rita+loyd
Collage Artist and Photo Credit: Princess Jenkins. This collage was created in June 2018 at a collage-facilitated workshop by Tina Karagulian.
Public exhibition Friday, Oct 26, 2018, 6 to 9 pm.
Exhibition runs through Jan 19, 2019.
2018 “Art Heals Hearts” Power of Expression - 6th Annual Art Exhibition & Art Sale.
All proceeds will benefit the Children’s Expressive Therapeutic Arts Program at The Ecumenical Center which offers healing through the visual arts, therapeutic writing, rhythms and music therapy.
Through its program, “Art Heals Hearts”, The Ecumenical Center provides, at no cost to participants, a safe, soothing and calm environment where children are taught the techniques of expression through art. This therapy has proven to be an excellent tool for children to find their voice and articulate their needs with oversight of certified and experienced therapists. We also take our music and art “On the Road” and help those in need: we worked with children in disaster areas when affected by hurricane, floods, tragic shootings.
The Ecumenical Center – for 51 years, The Center of Hope – offers a better perspective: on education; on ethics; on counseling; on health. It is a place of healing and support to those who are in need of emotional, physical and spiritual help.
During times of life transition and spiritual transformation, we may seek opportunities to pause and nourish our souls. This 8-week, experiential, ecumenical women’s retreat offers various forms of collage to put our inner process on paper. Through Visio Divina or divine seeing, we will have opportunities to see the movement and pattern of the Holy Spirit through this season of our lives. No artistic experience required; all creative materials provided. Each week, Tina Karagulian offers a heart space of music, creativity, and reflection. Participants are encouraged to bring a light jacket/shawl, reusable water bottle, and writing materials. Limited slots available. Marian Mission Hall at Oblate School of Theology, 285 Oblate Drive, San Antonio, TX 78216. For information or to register by phone, contact Noemy at (210) 341-1366 EXT 212. Thursdays, Sept 6 through October 25, 1 to 3 pm. Register online at the following link: https://ost.edu/event/art-and-prayer-collage-and-visio-divina/2018-09-06/
Gemini Ink Writers Conference this July 20 through 22, Tropicana Hotel.
Panel: Busy-ness and Writing: Finding Time to Create in our Distracted Culture
Panelists: Cynthia Drake, Jen Hamilton, Tina Karagulian, Viktoria Valenzuela
Poetry reading by Tina Karagulian, Saturday, July 21 at 2:30 pm on the Mango Terrace.
Books sold at the book fair Saturday, July 21.
Sign up for the conference here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1588210831289637/
¡Alegría! Mirth! Ուրախություն!
Artist opening reception for Tina Karagulian of Black Rose Arts & Press
Friday, May 11, 2018 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Twin Sisters Bakery and Cafe, 6322 N. New Braunfels Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78209
Refreshments: hors d'oeuvres, dessert, and sangria.
Exhibition will run from May 1 to 31, 2018.
Contact: 210.865.8271 for information and to purchase artwork.
Hibiscus Flower, Oil on canvas, www.tinakaragulian.com
Hazy Afternoon, Acrylic on canvas
Birds, Birds, Birds!
From 11 am to 4 pm, Tina Karagulian will be selling bird ornaments, paintings, greeting cards, and framed bird prints, along with poetry books inside Mockingbird Handprints store at 1420 S Alamo St #108, San Antonio, TX 78204. Drop by for holiday gifts and meet the artist!
Friday, Dec 8, 7pm – 9pm and Sat, Dec 9, 9 am – 4 pm
Whitley Theological Center, Oblate School of Theology, 285 Oblate Drive, San Antonio.
This annual, experiential women’s retreat offers space to pause together and explore what is giving life to us during this time. We will gently explore thresholds and conversion through relaxation, prayer, journaling, the arts, and group spiritual direction. Spiritual Directors Tina Guerra and Tina Karagulian will be your facilitators.
$75. For more information, please click:
To register, please contact Brenda at (210) 341-1366 EXT 212, or to register online, please click here: Continuing the Journey to a New Normal with Hope - Women's Retreat - OBLATE
Marian Mission Hall, Oblate School of Theology, 285 Oblate Drive, San Antonio.
An 8-week, women's collage retreat of heart space of music, creativity, and reflection. No artistic experience required; all creative materials provided. Facilitator Tina Karagulian offers a heart space of music, creativity, and reflection. $80. For more information, click here:
To get directions to Marian Mission Hall at Oblate and to register, please contact Brenda at (210) 341-1366 EXT 212.
Online registration will soon be available at this link:
Please arrive 12:45 pm the first day. Series dates inclue:
September 21, 2017
September 28, 2017
October 5, 2017
October 12, 2017
October 19, 2017
October 26, 2017
November 2, 2017
November 9, 2017
To register and get directions to the Marian Mission Hall at Oblate, please contact Brenda at (210) 341-1366 EXT 212. Register online athttps://ost.edu/events/art-prayer-collage-visio-divina/2017-09-21/
Women's day retreat of collage, music and free-form Nia movement to nourish your soul. Spiritual Directors Tina Karagulian and Terry Pozza are your joy-filled facilitators for the day. $60. Includes lunch. Please arrive at 8:30 am with comfortable clothing for movement. For more information, please click here:
To register, please contact Brenda at (210) 341-1366 EXT 212, or to register online, please click here:
Henri Nouwen is universally acclaimed as one of the most popular and influential spiritual writers of the 20th century. The author of more than 60 books, he taught at both Harvard and Yale and lectured extensively around the world. After nearly two decades of teaching at academic institutions, Nouwen went on to work with mentally and physically handicapped people at the L’Arche Daybreak community in Richmond Hill, Ontario. Perhaps more than any other person, he was helpful in having spirituality accepted as an academic discipline and for making spirituality popular in Protestant and Evangelical circles, while writing as a Roman Catholic. He was a complex man – an artist, a restless searcher, a hopeless romantic, a deeply committed Christian, a man of deep prayer, and a priest. All this helped shape his writings, both in depth and in breadth. To meet and read Henri Nouwen is to be more-properly introduced to yourself.
This is an Institute for the struggling and the restless, as well as for the prayerful and the faith-filled. Come join us for three days of drinking from the deep well that was Henri Nouwen.
Gabrielle Earnshaw – Editor of Love, Henri: Letters on the Spiritual Life
David Haas – Liturgical composer, author and recording artist
Michael W. Higgins – Henri Nouwen biographer and documentarian
Tina Karagulian – Spiritual director, author and artist
Invitation to Collaborate with Words of Henri Nouwen and poet Mary Oliver
Sue Mosteller, CSJ – Mentor and close personal friend of Nouwen
Raymond Mwangala, OMI – Nouwen scholar
Laurent Nouwen – Henri Nouwen’s brother
Clyde Rausch, OMI – Iconographer
Ron Rolheiser, OMI – Nouwen scholar
Lauren Morgan Wuest – Psychotherapist, specialist in Archetypal Studies