With Lindaluz Carrillo
Sponsored by the Good Life Center and the Yale University Art Gallery.
Open to Yale students, faculty and staff (Net Id required to register).
Friday, 4/2 from 1:30-2:30pm: What does intentionality look like for you, and what does it mean to grow into the person you are becoming? In this workshop, we will explore the importance of accountability, self-acceptance, being present, and acknowledging our past. We will reflect on who exactly we intend to be and create an origami craft detailing these intentions. All Yale students and staff are welcome! Necessary materials include paper (origami paper recommended but not required), a writing utensil, and optional coloring supplies. Sign up here!
A Constant Reminder
Friday, 4/16 from 1:30-2:30pm: What does it look like to care for and nurture ourselves, even when we are in motion? This workshop is about holding yourself and others accountable to the act of self-love. We will write reminders of who we are and what self-care means to us. Participants can drop off their materials for this collaborative installation from 10am-4pm on Friday, 4/16 at Silliman College (505 College Street). More information to come soon for participants not located in New Haven this semester! Register here.
El Abrazo (The Embrace)
Friday, 5/7 from 1:30-2:30pm: When you think of the word “embrace,” who/what do you think of? In this workshop, participants will partner up to share moments of embrace. While one person is sharing, the other person will draw their story, and each person will get 20 minutes to share and create. All Yale students and staff are welcome! Bring paper, a writing utensil, and optional coloring supplies. Register here!