Date(s) - Saturday, June 12, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
One of NSU Art Museum’s most popular education programs, Creativity Exploration promotes the development of creativity and self-expression through art-making and the practice of mindfulness. On Saturday, June 12, join educator and mindfulness instructor Lark Keeler for a Zoom class for adults that promotes the development of creativity and self-expression through art-making and the practice of mindfulness. Participants will create a woven work of art from repurposed materials, integrating breath, rhythm and repetition.
No prior experience is necessary.
Advance reservations required, space is limited. Materials should be obtained prior to the class.
- Repurposed art, magazines, letters, ephemera, painted, or patterned paper
- Glue stick
- Watercolors (optional)
- Markers (Optional)
- Embellishments (ribbons, gems, glitter glue, string)
- Natural materials (raffia, sticks, feathers)
Registration and additional information available HERE.