Welcome to Unity Farm Sanctuary!





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"In Facial Expressions, led by Orly Avineri, we will dive into alternative portraiture in our journals using mixed media processes. You will be introduced to unconventional materials and to unusual, easy, and natural ways to express yourself in your art journal. Idiosyncratic depictions of self bring us face to face, literally and figuratively, to our personal evolution. More than any subject matter in art, they challenge our creative and emotional comfort zones and urge us to reevaluate our truths, and our openness to examine them. Portrait making brings us closer to ourselves and closer to others, to a deeper sense of belonging. Rather than focusing on accurate or well executed depictions of faces, we will delve into the practice of telling and mending stories through intimate and free processes in collaging, painting, drawing, writing, stitching, and more, to achieve truthful processes of self expression and peace finding, both internal and collective."

Last Fall's workshop was reported as a truly amazing five days for the attendees.

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About Unity Farm Sanctuary
About Unity Farm Sanctuary: Unity Farm Sanctuary is a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the purpose of providing rehabilitation and permanent housing for distressed farm animals. Located in Sherborn, MA, Unity Farm Sanctuary encompasses 15 acres of farmland, and currently houses around 150 animals that have been rescued from a wide variety of living conditions and situations.

The sanctuary operates alongside Unity Farm LLC, which currently produces certified organic apples, mushrooms, honey, and compost, among other farm products.

The sanctuary also provides community outreach through classes, workshops, and volunteer opportunities. Classes encompass topics such as organic farming, bee keeping, and animal care. These classes may be offered to educators, visiting school groups, and other local residents and organizations. Qualified volunteers aid the sanctuary on a weekly basis with a variety of tasks, including animal care, cleaning, and feeding.

If Unity Farm Sanctuary's mission has you feeling inspired, there are plenty of ways you can get involved! Check out our "Visit" tab to learn about our in-person opportunities, use any of the circular links at the top of the page to contact us online, or click the "donate" button to learn how you can directly help keep the animals fed and cared for.

Thank you for taking the time to learn about Unity Farm Sanctuary!