The December Family Program theme is Your Voice Matters! Join us for a very special Family Program with the author of Colorfully Courageous Clyfford Still. Written by Jason Gruhl and illustrated by Jonathan Saiz, the book, for ages 8-12, goes beyond biographical information, venturing into the artist’s emotional world: his motivations, challenges, and discoveries. The storytime event will take place in the Clyfford Still Museum lobby and include a reading by Gruhl, followed by Q&A. After the reading, get ready to explore, get creative and share out upstairs in The Making Space! Visitors of all ages are welcome!
Registration is not required. Family programs are included with Museum admission.
Admission: Free for CSM members, $10 adults, $8 seniors (65+), $6 teachers/college students/military, $1 Museums for All/Explorer Pass (with valid EBT card), always free for children ages 17 and under.
About the Author
Jason Gruhl believes that all kids are smart, brave, kind, and creative, and he writes books to help them remember that. As an author and psychotherapist for children and adults, Jason is dedicated to helping them uncover their power and potential. Jason is a former Special Educator and the former Executive Director and Founder of The Joshua School (a school for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Developmental Disabilities in Boulder and Denver, Colorado). He holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and is a professor at Naropa University in the Mindfulness-based Transpersonal Counseling Program. When not writing, Jason is baking scones, playing board games, learning foreign languages, rowing, reading, and watching sci-fi movies! Learn more at www.jasongruhl.com or www.gruhlcounseling.com.