Daniel Mack

 

 

2018

July 14      Wander-Wonder-Play   Art as Transformation 

Aug 26-30  Befriending the Creative Unconscious,                              The Omega Institute

                 (It's the 2018 Woodlanders Gathering)

2017  

Sept 9     Pechakucha, Objects as Magical Decoys

July        Woodlanders Gathering          schedule

                   DUSKLIT                          photos

              Teen Classes in Magic and Surrealim

              Teen Leadership Program

May        Parent/Child Studio Time        photos

Feb         Enrichment Pgm, Local School

Jan         Workshops in Studio

2016       

Oct          Making Rustic  10-5   $175

                Hudson River Maritime Museum, Kingston, NY

Aug          Woodlanders

                Doing Rustic: Structures and Sculpture, Omega Institute

July          Teen Leadership Program, Community Center

May          Object-making with Natural Materials    11-1   $50

2015

Aug          Creative Workshops for Farmworker Teens

                Studio/Garden Tour for 30 Teen Leaders

July          Align your art with your life  OMEGA   OUTLINE 

               Altered Hub Cap Workshop farmworker Boys Group

June         Garden Art, Mt St Mary College

April         Being in Nature, OCLT

Mar          Garden Art, Cornell Cooperative

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Daniel Mack is committed to sharing information about working with natural materials. Besides his writing, he has been teaching and about this for more 25 years...at The Omega Institute, his own studio, the Woodlanders Gatherings and various arts and crafts centers and healing centers.  He's organized an Arts-in-Healthcare Seminar and has recently started Arts in Nature, a custom-workshop service for organizations interested in deepening their experience of nature and human nature. Dan has begun on-line creativity workshops and salons with people around the world. He is developing what he calls: Wayward Psychology, an approach to well-being through making.