Short Description: Clinical therapist Libni López will lead a group mindful meditation focusing on a work from the Allen's collection, after which AMAM staff will facilitate a discussion around the work of art.
Extended Description: The Allen Memorial Art Museum is partnering with Oberlin College’s Counseling Center to continue a program started in our galleries, now hosted virtually. Focusing on a work from the Allen's collection, clinical therapist Libni López will lead the group through a mindful meditation. The sessions are open to anyone -- Oberlin College students, faculty, and staff, as well as members of the general public, and do not require any prior experience. Join us on the 4th Thursday of the month, 3:30-4:30pm. See the registration form [https://forms.gle/gPjsgRWyHZmAjNFVA] for dates and works of art for Spring 2021. You'll receive the Zoom link after registering. You need only register once -- we will be using the same Zoom link for each month's session. | Contact the education department at 440-775-8671 with any questions. | (Artworks:  Dawoud Bey (American, b. 1953), "Night Coming Tenderly, Black: Untitled #24" (At Lake Erie), 2017, Museum Friends Fund, 2019.17;  Koo Kyung Sook (Korean, b. 1960), "Invisible Torso #2," 2004. Oberlin Friends of Art Fund, 2006.14;  El Anatsui (Ghanaian, b. 1944), "Oga and the Masses," 1989, carved wood relief with acrylic, 2015.26A-K.  Vija Celmins (American, b. 1938), "Constellation-Uccello," 1982, aquatint with etching, Oberlin Friends of Art Fund, 1984.27.)
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