Painted Brain at USC’s APGSA
Mar 28, 2017, in General News
By Kristina Han/Painted Brain
This past week, the Painted Brain (PB) joined USC’s Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy (OT) in an art workshop hosted by Asian Pacific Graduate Student Association (APGSA) for students pursuing to become healthcare professionals. Anna Yena Kim, an OT intern at the PB, introduced the art of Suminagashi, a Japanese marbling technique. The group grew quickly engaged and enticed by this free flowing, cathartic form of art. Although it seems to be a simple technique, requiring only droplets of paint and breath onto water, the resulting piece can range from simple to highly complex variants of pattern, ripple, and shape. Regardless, it was evident that every participant had an enjoyable experience while experimenting and expressing through this relaxing form of art.
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