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Slow Down and Reflect: Mindfulness in Museums

In a culture of speed, museums are ideal spaces to slow down, reflect, and connect to ourselves and others. A mental health professional who
specializes in mindfulness and educators from three institutions—Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, University of Colorado Art Museum in
Boulder, and Los Angeles County Museum of Art—will define mindfulness and share varied approaches to successful mindfulness programs,
including slow looking and meditation. Participate in a mindfulness exercise, get tips for implementing programs, and brainstorm with peers in
break-out groups.

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Slow Down and Reflect: Mindfulness in Museums

  1. 1. Slowdown and Reflect: Mindfulness at Museums Jessica Brunecky-University of Colorado Art Museum (Boulder) Erin Dorn-Crocker Art Museum (Sacramento) Jordan Looze-Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Alicia Vogl Saenz- Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  2. 2. Agenda ❖ Welcome ❖ Short Mindfulness Exercise ❖ Slow-Looking Exercise ❖ What is Mindfulness? And why? ❖ Presentations of Mindfulness Programming ➢ Crocker Museum ➢ University of Colorado Art Museum ➢ Los Angeles County Museum of Art ❖ Break-Out Groups? Group Discussion? ❖ Share Out and Wrap-up
  3. 3. In a culture of speed, museums are ideal spaces to slow down, reflect, and connect to ourselves and others. At their core, museums provide a space for visitors to pause.
  4. 4. Be Here
  5. 5. Artful Meditation, Crocker Art Museum ❖ Brief introduction to the art in the gallery ❖ Meditation instruction designed for any level of meditator ❖ Group meditation ❖ Guided slow-looking exercise ❖ Dyad sharing time ❖ Group sharing time and time for Q&A
  6. 6. Participant Feedback: ❖ “Calms the Mind. Opens my eyes to art I might otherwise miss.” ❖ “It allowed me to appreciate art from a different state of mind. I was able to enjoy the pieces I was looking at with greater depth.” ❖ “Gave me permission to take time out.”
  7. 7. Art + Wellness Initiative at the Crocker Art Museum ❖ Artful Meditation ❖ Art Rx ❖ Sound Healing Yoga ❖ Baby Loves Art ❖ Art of Parenting ❖ Meet Me at the Museum ❖ Art on the Spectrum ❖ The Love Tour
  8. 8. University of Colorado ❖ 30,000+ students ❖ 5,000+ faculty and staff ❖ Many, many existing resources! CU Art Museum ❖ Free admission ❖ Focus on serving campus audience
  9. 9. University Partner Programs ❖ Guided meditation ❖ Walking meditation ❖ Mindful Close-Looking ❖ Area museum professional development workshop
  10. 10. LACMA Programs: ❖ Meditation & Art ❖ Mindful Mondays: Cultivating Empathy and Connectedness ❖ Drawing and Mindful Meditation
  11. 11. Meditation & Art ❖ Slow looking activity ❖ Meditation instruction ❖ 15-20 minutes silent meditation ❖ Reflection circle Drawing and Mindful Meditation ❖ Meditation instruction ❖ Drawing exercises with works of art
  12. 12. Mindful Mondays: Cultivating Empathy and Connectedness ❖ Mindfulness activity ❖ Slow looking activity ❖ Facilitated activities designed to connect with others in the group ❖ Reflection circle
  13. 13. Discussion Questions ❖ How do you envision mindfulness could be part of your professional self- care? ❖ What kind of mindfulness programs would you want to see at your institution(s)? ❖ What are the barriers you perceive in implementing a mindfulness program? ❖ How can you communicate the value of mindfulness programs to leadership?
  14. 14. Questions? Contact us! Jessica Brunecky, jessica.brunecky@colorado.edu Erin Dorn, erin.dorn@gmail.com Jordan Looze, jordanlooze@gmail.com Alicia Vogl Saenz, aliciavs@lacma.org

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