We invite all women to an open Women’s Circle. During one of the meetings, the metaphor of a fishing net emerged. Our diverse feminine destinies, in many moments, share common points. Circles allow us to see, hear, and meet ourselves and other women: young and mature, in relationships and after relationships, choosing to live solo, mothers and non-mothers, caretakers of animals and gardens, in great shape and in worse shape. Perhaps there is no more inclusive formula for a meeting than a circle. The Women’s Circle is an experience of shared being within a non-hierarchical structure. In the circle, we are all equal. No one leads in the circle, and everyone has a voice and the right to remain silent. If you want to experience such a meeting, let us know by email and join us.
The number of seats is limited, making it an intimate meeting… The order of applications decides.
Initiator: Wiktoria Siedlecka-Dorosz
Wiktoria Siedlecka-Dorosz – theaterologist and art therapist. A graduate of the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw and the Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education in Warsaw. She completed her clinical art therapy internship at the Mazowieckie Specialist Health Center in Pruszkow, conducting art therapy processes with various groups, including women with eating disorders, young adults with disabilities, and individuals experiencing a psychological crisis. She has been active in the fields of art, therapy, and education for nearly 20 years. She worked in the Theater Pedagogy Department of the Zbigniew Raszewski Institute of Theater in Warsaw, was the director of the Korczak School. Montessori, and is currently associated with the Inclusive Art Center/Theater 21. She conducts classes with art therapy students at the Academy of Special Education in Warsaw.