Creativity Exploration is NSU Art Museum’s new and unique series of workshops designed to promote the benefits of creative exploration and the mind-to-body experience. Studies have proven 45 minutes of creative activity a day significantly lessen stress in the body and provides mental clarity and relaxation. Apart from producing a sense of well-being, our sessions expand our participants’ perceptions of forms, while increasing brain connectivity through visual and cognitive stimulation.
Adult participants will enjoy a one-hour interactive session in an intimate setting with our art educator and specialist in mindfulness education, Lark Keeler. Lark received her BA in Arts from Mount Union College in Ohio and her Master of Science in Education from Walden University in Minnesota. She is the current President of the Florida Arts Education Association (FAEA).
January 12: Form and Breath
Investigate contemporary soft sculpture techniques while learning to participate noticing the breath during crafting and sewing. Participants will create a soft sculptural form using fabrics and sewing techniques, paying special attention to the sense of touch.