Painting at Art Camp

Ability Center of Virginia 5825 Arrowhead Dr, Suite 201, Virginia Beach, VA

Maggie is a mixed-media artist. Her work can be seen at The Artist Gallery in Virginia Beach. Her influences are living artists rather than the masters. She studied in Hawaii with George Woollard and was hugely influenced by both his painting style.

Back to School KickOff

Connect With A Wish 2492 N. Landing Rd. STE 102, Virginia Beach, VA

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Miles Hoyle: A Taste of an Accordian

Zeiders American Dream Theater 4509 Commerce St, Virginia Beach, VA

Miles plays the accordion as instrumental music. His specialty is specifically folk/world music from various different European countries such as Germany, France, Finland and Ireland.

Abstract Painting

Sullivan House

Maggie is a mixed-media artist. Her work can be seen at The Artist Gallery in Virginia Beach. Her influences are living artists rather than the masters. She studied in Hawaii with George Woollard and was hugely influenced by both his painting style.

Yoga, Music, and Meditation

VersAbility Resources Newport News

Bonney has been teaching yoga, meditation and mindfulness around the Hampton Roads area. Kam returned to Indoda Entsha and taught himself how to drum comfortably from his wheelchair, using this form of creative expression as a healing mechanism.

Duo of Violins

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Virginia Beach

Alexandra Marlins is a member of Symphonicity, and teaches strings at Streilitz International Academy, Young Musicians of Virginia, and the Academy of Music’s Suzuki program. Danielle Fagan fell in love with the violin at the age of five, and has degrees in Violin Performance and Music Education from James Madison University. Danielle teaches orchestra in Virginia Beach City Public Schools, and is the owner of 757 Strings.

Strings and Things

Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital 1309 Kempsville Road, Norfolk, VA

Enjoy the enchanting sound of the harp as Karen Stowe presents a varied program of musical selections. Sing or clap along, or simply sit quietly and soak in the beauty of the music. Evidence of the harp's healing properties can be found in many cultures.