“Mindfulness” – to pay attention, on purpose, in a particular way. It can both enhance focus and promote relaxation. Art-making is inherently mindful! Using drawing, painting, and collage, students will review a new aspect of mindfulness practice each week. This course offers artists a unique opportunity to develop goals and increase motivation for their artistic efforts. Beginning artists will be able to explore a variety of art techniques and add to their portfolios; more experienced artists will discover new ways to activate their creativity. All materials are provided. A materials fee of $10 is payable to the instructor at the first class.
Lexington Community Education Office Conference Room, 146 Maple Street, access via 328 Lowell St. The LCE Office Conference Room is in the Old Harrington/Lexington Public Schools Central Office building. We are located in the back corner. Look for the Blue Awning listing “Lexington Community Education”.
Susan Dahl, studied art at a variety of places, including Amherst College, Parsons School of Design, and The School of Visual Arts, and worked as a graphic designer for many years. She began teaching in community art programs in Boston in 1996, and this led her to complete a degree in Art Therapy at Lesley University.