19 Aug 2020
2 sessions: 330pm to 5pm and 730pm to 9pm
Chapel Gallery, Objectifs
Curating for Well-Being is a series of workshops that explore art, well-being and spirituality.
In this first instalment, we will take artist Sit Weng San’s Call Me by My True Names as inspiration. Originally conceptualised as a video art installation, Call Me by My True Names is a work that explores meditation in different communities and features practitioners involved in healing and social justice work.
This workshop includes a guided meditation, a contemplation of the film, and a sharing session with other participants as well as the artist. Together, we will explore how spirituality is a form of internal activism that can help us sustain our external activism, and the role of art in supporting our well-being.
There are two slots for this workshop. The maximum number of participants in each slot is ten. Register here.
This programme is brought to you by Conscious Connections. No pre-requisites. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing, and bring their own yoga mats and towels. Kindly note our health and safety measures when visiting Objectifs. Participation is based on a sliding scale of $5-20, and all proceeds will be donated to Objectifs. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About Conscious Connections
Conscious Connections was born out of a search for stillness. We rest in the belief that in a hectic world, silence holds the key to healing and wellbeing. A service-oriented enterprise, we are here to guide you on your journey to a balanced and meaningful life through nature-inspired gatherings and interactive workshops. By carving out more physical and mental spaces for pause, we support you to discover your inner truth and purpose, and become aware of your own calm breath.