Slow Living through Art
If you feel under pressure of your daily routine or with all the things you do every day, delving into the art world could recharge your batteries and decrease the level of stress, tension and professional burnout.
We offer to you our 3 practical formats, which can help you to slow down and to recharge your batteries. They are based on the education through art appreciation approach and with them you can learn how to ‘dive’ into artworks (but also into your emotions, habits and attitudes), to analyse them and to make new connections and associations beyond the things visible at first sight.
„COPE – Let’s talk about emotions through images and movements” Programme
The name of the Programme comes from the English word “COPE”, which is also associated with “dealing effectively and successfully with something difficult”. And this is for a purpose.
Through it, participants learn more about their own emotions and build emotional resilience and skills how to cope with stress and tension – as in professional, as well as in personal life. To achieve all these, we step on the combination of art appreciation approach and expression of emotions through the methods of applied improvisation.
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- We learn how to reflectively contemplate paintings, connect with them and ‘open’ our senses, so to discover and rediscover our own emotions and feelings.
- We provoke our imagination and work on changing our habits and attitudes that cause us stress and tension.
- We learn how to build emotional resilience and cope with stress and tension through images, colours, forms, patterns and movements.
- We exercise how to express and recognise different emotions through movements and build positive habits to deal with stress and tension – as in professional, as well as in personal life.
- And of course – we meet new people and ideas.
What will you receive at the end?
- You better know yourself and your emotions, by delving into the beautiful world of art and theatre.
- You learn how to be emotionally resilient and to deal with stress and tension – at work and in personal life.
- You slow down and build positive habits and attitudes – as towards yourself, as well as toward others.
- And last but not least – you learn new things about different artworks, artists, art movements and styles.
Format: Online or face-to-face