Come check out My Voice Media Center at Arts Consortium - in November!
My Voice Media Center Project
Celebrate wellness, recovery, and resilience with the
My Voice Media Center Project.
This month's theme is “Noble November”, and the color of the month is Tangerine.
Our participants are encouraged to incorporate our monthly themes and colors within their artistic expression.
October was the big event of Arts Consortium – “Taste the Arts” - thank you to all of those who participated and to the Visalia Wellness Center for putting together such a wonderful booth
Arts Consortium welcomes a new graphics design employee who will be helping in Ed Reveles’ position - we will miss you Ed!
Participants have been encouraged this month to participate in the CSET Volunteer program - visit us for more information!
November is Thanksgiving month and we would like to thank all of our staff, volunteers and participants. The mental health community is so proud of you!
Come see us this month for sessions that will warm the heart and help you create art!
The First Friday Art Movie will be on Friday, November 18th.
See the artwork at:
My Voice Media Center | Arts Consortium, the Portfolio page!
My Voice Media Center (MVMC) offers Photography, Printmaking, Video Editing, Photo Editing, Drawing, Painting, Guitar, 2D and 3D Art, NSSB (No Stigma Speakers Bureau), Peer Support, and other activities. Every “LAST Friday” of the month, we will feature an Art video from 2-3PM!
Please check out our calendar page at:
Reminder: One-on-One Peer Support sessions are available WED 2-3PM and THURS 2-3PM - schedule yours today!
We encourage the use of self-expression through various mediums of art to help participants stay on a path of wellness and recovery. We would like to invite you to become a participant of My Voice Media Center by visiting us and completing an enrollment form.
Our Website: https://www.myvoicemediacenter.com/
For more information please call 559-772-0001 or email
Enroll today! Arts Consortium: 808 N Court St. Visalia, CA 93291
The goal of the My Voice Media Center is to reduce the stigma of mental illness. We provide a safe and welcoming environment where participants may learn to express themselves through the arts; we provide exhibition and art sale opportunities for our participants; and we help educate the public about mental wellness and recovery.