Classes, Workshops & More - 2013
Mandala Workshop - St. Louis
April 20th, 2013
Slow Art Day - St. Louis
St. Louis - Saturday April 20, 2013
10 am - 4 pm
St. Louis - Friday Nov. 8 - 6-9 pm
Saturday Nov. 9 - 9am - 5 pm
Morning Mandalas, Meditation & Journaling
Morning Mandalas, Meditation & Journaling was developed by Linda Wiggen Kraft as an easily learned combination of painting mandalas, guided imagery and journaling. This art journaling process awakens the artist within, creates calmness and provides insights into inner wisdom. It clears out interior clutter, enlivens and balances right and left sides of the brain, and expresses creativity through a daily mandala painting and writing practice. No art experience needed. For ages 8 (with adult) and older.
One-day workshop - $85 ($60 for day long workshop,$25 for art supplies) Art supplies are specially designed portable kits that last a month or longer. Supplies include Morning Mandala folder with heavy paper for painting with circle printed on it, paper for writing, paint brush, pigment stick/crayons, and instructions.
Two-day workshop - $145 ($120 for Friday evening and all day Sat workshop, $25 for art supplies). This workshop allows more time for a deeper mandala making experience. Also additional art materials will be used, so a great variety of mixed media will be experienced.
This workshop will be held in Linda's studio in University City, MO
Individual Sessions - Available anytime
These sessions provide one-on-one experience of a personally created meditation, instruction on how to easily create mandalas, journaling and shared insight into the experience. These sessions are for those learning this process and follow-up experience.The initial session lasts for about 2 hours.
Cost: $155 ($125 for the session, plus $30 for art supply kit). Follow-up sessions available. Individual sessions held at Center for Mind, Body, Spirit:
Center for Mind, Body & Spirit, 7649 Delmar, University City, MO 63130, 314 725-6767
St. Louis - Sat. April 27, 2013
11:00 - 2:00
Slow Art Day - St. Louis - Citygarden
An international art-experience, where people visit art museums, art parks and galleries to view art slowly, very slowly. Join this growing free one day event held on the same day around the world.
Slow Art Day is an unique and amazing way to really see and experience art. Instead of the usual 15 seconds of viewing each piece of art in an art museum or gallery, Slow Art Day slows people down to view about five art pieces, for about ten minutes each. The effect is powerful and totally different from what is usually experienced in our fast paced life.
Citygarden is one of the world's best sculpture parks, and it is in downtown St. Louis. Not only will Slow Art Day participants get to view the art, it is all hands-on sculpture that can be touched. This will be a whole new way to experience art.
COST: Free. Lunch will be at the cafe in Citygarden, each person is responsible for the cost of their lunch.
SIGN-UP ONLINE: At the Slow Art Day website, you can click on the city name under the venue list to link to registration, or register here.
Linda and Kelly Larson are the St. Louis Slow Art Day hosts.
For more info about attending
a Mandala Painting class or
individual sessions contact Linda at:
314 504-4266 St. Louis, Missouri