How can we use our creative energy to deal with negative thoughts and difficult experiences? In this workshop, Jennifer Bondurant, LPC, Director of Randolph Colleges Counseling Center, will discuss the science behind negative thinking and share how our biology can be transformed when we allow ourselves to practice and embrace positive thinking. Inspired by two works from the Maier Museums 112th Annual Exhibition in which the artists have physically transformed hateful words and ideas into art, we will create simple, mixed-media works to provide an opportunity to experience the healing power of transformation. No art experience is needed. Open to all ages 16+. FREE but registration is required.
Image Credit: Kukuli Velarde, Letter to My Father, 2005, oil on steel plate; acrylic; marker, Collection of the Maier Museum of Art
Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College (Afficher)
1 Quinlan Street
Lynchburg, VA 24503
|Enfants bienvenus : Non
|Chiens bienvenus : Non
|Non-fumeur : Oui
|Accessible aux fauteuils roulants : Oui
Please be aware that the Maier Museum of Art does not have ADA accessible bathrooms.