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TWILIGHT IN THE GARDEN

A joyous evening under the stars
Friday, October 7, 2022

HONOREE

Terrence Gore is being honored for his support and advocacy of green spaces at Bartram’s Garden.
Terrence L. Gore is an artist, interior designer, dancer, curator, gourmet chef, caterer, and fashion stylist. When diagnosed with HIV in 2006, Terrence was hospitalized with Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy (PML) which left him paralyzed on the right side of his body and temporarily blinded in the right eye. Instead of allowing his diagnosis to impact his spirit, Terrence used it to transform himself through exploration and expression of fine art. Now he offers “The Art of Healing” workshop to use his healing crisis as a platform to educate others about the restorative power of art therapy.

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“The Art of Healing” Workshop

Terrence offers The Art of Healing Workshop to groups of any size, providing a safe space for anyone living with a disability or a special need to enjoy themselves and identify themselves as artists. The workshop is designed to help people feel creative and to understand that they can love themselves unconditionally. It incorporates interactive art creation, dance, music, and nutrition education to help participants explore their creative expression and self-identity.

 

“Support Terrence’s Work”

 

We are incredibly grateful for your support! Your donations are vital to keeping Terrence L. Gore independent and strong!

Testimonials from The Art of Healing Workshop

This was a new experience for me. It is relaxing and it helped to clear my head.
Vincent Williams

Participant

I most enjoyed everything! We are doing all the things I love to do.
Asake Denise Jones

Participant

The workshop was more than I expected. It left me speechless and in awe.
Latisha Webb

Participant

The workshop filled a creative void. It was structured, yet room for creativity and freedom.
Nisa Ra

Participant

The workshop is opening me up to explore more.
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Jeffrey Ford

Participant

The workshop filled a creative void. It was structured, yet room for creativity and freedom.
Gabby Raczka

Participant

EXHIBITIONS

Woodmere Museum’s Annual 76th Juried Exhibition

Another Stroke of Genius

PRESS

Grid Magazine, 2021

Doctors gave this HIV+ West Philadelphia man a month to live. 15 years later, he leads creative, therapeutic workshops

SUPPORTERS

Credits
Special Thanks to
Pam Key @ Key Shots
Obediah Wright (Choreographer & Director)
The Painted Bride
Aalyah Duncan
The ZBE Productions
Zebravisuals.com
King Hinton
Mel Peters
Desmond Hinkle
Solmaira Valerio
Bobby Parker
Robin Jerrels – Michelle
Kevin Briggs
The Late Kim Everett
Tim Vincent
Duran Rutledge
Shafi Muhammad
Website Design by
Luis Sevilla – NYC
Michael Hanson
Coltrane Mosely Jones
Sharifa Venice Meytung
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