The Great Grandmother Rocking Chair of Creation (c) Kurt Fondriest

Celebrate your Soul’s Home, the place you can express your True Self, as Life Force Arts Ensemble presents the art exhibit and multidisciplinary arts show The Soul’s Home, running October 23, 2021 – January 31, 2023 at Life Force Arts Center, 1609 W. Belmont, Chicago IL 60657. Opening Reception is Saturday, October 23, 2021 from 7 – 10 PM. Exhibit hours are during events at Life Force Arts Center, and by appointment. Admission is free to the exhibit and Opening Reception. Workshops and performances related to the theme will be presented as part of the show. For more information, please contact Joan Forest Mage, Artistic Director, 773-327-7224joan@LifeForceArts.org.

The Soul’s Home. The place you can express your True Self is your Soul’s Home. Every human being is meant to be embraced by a Creative Community that loves them for who they are, and encourages them to flourish. This Community or Tribe values, nurtures and integrates the in-born gifts, talents and unique mission that the person is designed to accomplish in their lifetime. Each individual in the Tribe is appreciated for their contribution to the community, and is respected as an indispensable part of the community.
In this show, participating artists have the opportunity to express their experiences and visions of the Soul’s Home through their artwork, encouraging the viewers to discover their own Soul’s Home.

The Soul’s Home is the second of two exhibits presented by Life Force Arts Ensemble in 2020 based in the Life Force Arts Method (LFAM), a powerful psychological and spiritual tool for understanding and building positive relationships from one’s inner world to the outer world.  The Soul’s Essence (February 1 – September 17, 2021) explores the True Self (Soul), which is a person’s individual energy field, their in-born gifts (talents) and the unique mission they are designed to accomplish in this lifetime. The Soul’s Home (October 23, 2021 – January 31, 2023) focuses on the Creative Community, the tribe that embraces, nurtures and values each individual’s True Self, gifts and mission.

Life Force Arts Ensemble (LFAE) is a company of visual, literary and performing artists who commune with soul and spirit to create transformation through the arts based in the Life Force Arts Method. LFAE’s art exhibits create the sacred space for our original performances, which combine dance, vocal and instrumental music, acting, storytelling and poetry, channeling powerful spiritual energy to transform, heal and enlighten our audiences.

The exhibit features a wide variety of media including painting, photography, sculpture, mixed media and installation. Life Force Arts Ensemble Artistic Director Joan Forest Mage says, “It’s fascinating to see the interpretations that artists have about the theme. At LFAE, our art exhibits create sacred space in which our performances and workshops become healing rituals, infused with transformative power to heal and enlighten.”

Click here for more information about Life Force Arts Method (LFAM),
the Ensemble, and the history of how the exhibits relate to LFAM

  • October 23, 2021
    7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 773-327-7224

Address:
1609 W Belmont Ave, Chicago, Illinois, 60657, United States

Description:

Life Force Arts Ensemble (LFAE) is a company of visual, literary and performing artists who commune with soul and spirit to create transformation through the arts based in the Life Force Arts Method, a powerful psychological and spiritual tool for building positive relationships from one’s inner world to the outer world. LFAE’s art exhibits create the sacred space for our original performances, which combine dance, vocal and instrumental music, acting, storytelling and poetry, channeling powerful spiritual energy to transform, heal and enlighten our audiences.

Life Force Arts Ensemble was founded in 1988 as a non-profit, tax exempt 501 (c) 3 organization to present the dance and performance work of company founder and director Joan Forest Mage. The organization opened its own venue in Chicago in 2008.