Briah Luckey was featured in the 2001 issue of Connecticut Magazine as one of 30 influential people under 40 because of her vision to use art to create community connection. She has exhibited her own art locally in Connecticut, in New York City, and in Washington, DC, with a feature in the Connecticut section of The New York Times.
Through art making, I experience the direct benefit of communing with nature, of the biophilic relationship. It is a healing practice through which I connect with myself and the natural world. As an art therapist, I blend my visual artist skills with my art therapy training to facilitate creative self-expression for women to help them thrive.
Mama Now Conversations: Episode 28 - Layers of Identity and Community with Briah Luckey
Briah Luckey, art teacher, and art therapist joins us for this episode where we talk about the layers of identity that build (and that we sometimes discard) as we move through our lives. We talk about the power of bringing women together, some of the strange ironies of motherhood, and the power of art.