Cultivate unity, harmony and authentic connection with a Diversity & Inclusion Mandala Art Workshop!
“We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided.” — J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
The workshop is a unique, empowering, inspiring and memorable experience that connects people to self, others and the world around us. Participants receive inspiring quotes and positive affirmations to work into their watercolor creations, and are invited to incorporate their own mantras and power words as well.
Watercolor Mandalas are fun, relaxing visual meditations that can restore harmony, balance and a sense of wholeness and well-being to the individual.
Workshops are 2 hours and accompanied by inspirational readings, texts, instruction, relaxing music and a slide show. No experience necessary.
Participants leave with a meaningful mandala creation, a powerful unifying experience, and a new practice for promoting self-care, relaxation, wellness, diversity and inclusion within themselves, at home, in the workplace, and in the world.
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*Featured artwork by participant of Mandala Workshop hosted by Toivo of Advocacy Unlimited (Hartford, CT).
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About the Facilitator
Donna Gentile is an artist, designer, educator, community builder and the founder of Community Mandala Project. She has taught therapeutic art workshops since 2004 at incredible organizations and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design. Meditative art helped Donna heal and strengthen resilience after trauma. Lived experience feeds her passion to build community, inspire connection, and empower others to tell their stories of triumph and open to the many benefits of expressive art. More about Donna