Mindfulness, Creativity, and Art Education
Tuesday, January 10, 2017 | 6-7 pm ET
FREE for NAEA Members; $49 for non-members
Join Wendy Ann Greenhalgh, writer, artist, author, creative mindfulness teacher, and arts educator, as she leads an overview of mindfulness and related practices. Learn how to successfully apply these mindfulness techniques in your visual arts classroom. Please log on prepared with a pencil and drawing paper for this interactive experience.
Wendy Ann Greenhalgh
Writer, Artist, Author, Creative Mindfulness Teacher, Arts Educator
Wendy Ann Greenhalgh is a writer, artist, author, creative mindfulness teacher and arts educator. She's worked with adults, children and families in schools, colleges, adult education centres and art galleries, and with arts and culture organisations all over the UK. She has been practising mindfulness for twenty years, first teaching it in 2003, and in 2010 founded Art of Mindfulness to facilitate workshops in meditation and mindfulness based creativity.
She is the author of Mindfulness & The Art of Drawing: A creative path to awareness (Leaping Hare Press) and Stop Look Breathe Create: Four easy steps to mindfulness through creativity (Ilex Press). She blogs about creativity and mindfulness on www.artofmindfulness.org.uk, and also with Elephant Journal. She shares her own mindful drawing, photography and writing on Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using the #stoplookbreathecreate hashtag.
Photo credit: Shakeel Ansari
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