Digital Tour 2021
MAY 13, 6-7pm
Indigenous Family Health and Cancer
Coping with Grief & Loss through the Arts
Puget Sound Intertribal Council
Cyntha Gahan, Heart Art Healing
Salish Cancer Center
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Seattle Children's Hospital
Sharon Frances, Well Beings Studio, Moderator
HEART ART HEALING with Cynthai Gahan
Social Emotional Arts, Families and Cancer
Free or Donate What You Can
R E S O U R C E S
#WeBreakStigmas Digital Tour 2021 March
Walk With Sally mentee Deborah sings and plays the ukelele for the talent show
Thanks to support from her mentor Nicole, Deborah is not letting her mom's breast cancer diagnosis define her or her future. She chose to sing and play the Ukelele during our first virtual talent show in front of other Walk With Sally mentors and mentees.
DIY HOMEMADE PLAY DOUGH: Best Recipe EVER! With Cream of Tartar! No Cooking Necessary!
This Play dough recipe using CREAM OF TARTAR, really does make the BEST PLAY DOUGH EVER! Our other play dough video is without cream of tartar as it isn't an ingredient that you may have lying around at home. BUT - if you do happen to have it at home, or find it at the grocery store (I found mine in the spice aisle, near the salt), you need to try this recipe!!! :) Here are the ingredients and how to do it: INGREDIENTS: Flour Salt Oil (any kind) Cream of Tartar Boiling Hot Water Plastics Gloves (optional) HOW TO MAKE THE BEST PLAY DOUGH EVER: 1. Pour 2 cups of Flour into a bowl 2. Add 1/2 cup of Salt 3. Mix in 2 Tbsp Cream of Tartar 4. Add 2 Tbsp of oil (I used canola oil for this recipe, but any kitchen oil is fine) 5. Add 1.5 Cup of Boiling Hot Water (be careful not to mix it with your hands right away - HOT!) 6. Mix together until it gets nice and smooth 7. Separate dough into however many colors you would like to make 8. Make a little bowl shape (with your finger) into each ball for the food coloring 9. Use plastic gloves (to prevent staining on hands) to mix in coloring That's it! :) PLAY TIME! HAVE FUN and ENJOY! The invention of play dough was actually a fortunate accident. Way back in the 1930s, Noah McVicker created a substance that looked like putty out of flour, water, salt, boric acid and mineral oil. His family’s soap company — Kutol Products — in Cincinnati, Ohio, marketed his creation as wallpaper cleaner! McVicker’s special putty-like substance was an excellent wallpaper cleaner, because it didn’t contain any toxic chemicals, could be reused and would not stain the wallpaper. Eventually, teachers learned that the wallpaper cleaner could be used as a modeling compound to make art and craft projects at school. It wasn’t until after World War II that Noah McVicker’s nephew, Joseph McVicker, joined the company and learned that their wallpaper cleaner was being used for arts and crafts in schools. Joseph thought it would be a good idea to give the product a new name — Play-Doh® — and market it to schools, teachers and department stores. The new product was an immediate success. In 1956, the McVickers started the Rainbow Crafts Company to make and sell Play-Doh®. Macy’s in New York and Marshall Field’s in Chicago began selling the product. The new company also began to advertise the product on popular children’s television shows, such as Captain Kangaroo. Within one year, its sales had already reached almost $3 million! Over time, the exact ingredients in Play-Doh® have changed. As technology has improved, so has Play-Doh®. Although the exact recipe is a secret, Play-Doh® remains a popular modeling compound for art and craft projects, because it is still nontoxic, easy to use and simple to clean up. Today, Play-Doh® is owned by a company named Hasbro that continues to make and sell the product through its Playskool line. In 2003, the Toy Industry Association added Play-Doh® to its “Century of Toys List,” which contains the 100 most memorable and creative toys of the last 100 years. Play-Doh® comes in a variety of bright and bold colors. There are also a series of related products and toys that make use of Play-Doh®. Since its “invention,” over 700 million pounds of Play-Doh® have been sold around the world! Camera This video was recorded with a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The main (rear-facing) camera is a 16 MP autofocus camera, featuring Smart OIS (Optical Image Stabilization + software image stabilization). 4K video recording at 30fps and 1080p video recording at 60fps and 120fps (Smooth Motion) and also it has 120fps slow motion video recording in 720p resolution. The secondary (front-facing) camera is a 3.7 MP camera with an f1.9 aperture that can record 2560x1440 QHD videos and capture wide-angle pictures.
Little Green Monster: My Story Quilt App
Launched in November 2020 by Well Beings Studio, in partnership with 1Gen. Especially for families impacted by cancer. Let's read, feel, create and heal together! Now available on Apple App and Google Play stores! Download both the Parent (mobile) and Child (tablet) apps today.
Feelings are Real
From the Monster in Me album, Little Green Monster Project Dancers: Active Learning Monster in Me Summer Camp Choreographer and Teacher: Anthony Languren Videographer: Kayla Mallari Songwriters: Matthew Rodriguez and Sharon Frances Vocalist: Traci Hines Composer: Joris Hoogsteder Produced by Well Beings Studio in association with Hiba Shublak and Active Learning Funded by Handel Sunrise Foundation