Mindful Looking, Conversation, and Community
Monday, March 8, 2021
5:00 PM–6:00 PM
Interdependence plays a strong role in the life and work of a caregiver. This session of Empowering Caregivers is inspired by the concept of interdependence. We willdelve into how interconnectedness manifests through our ability to communicate, empathize, and care for one another. See works of art from the Rubin’s collection and discuss with staff, teaching artists, and other caregivers.
This event is intended for caregivers and not for persons with dementia.
About Empowering Caregivers
Join the Rubin community of caregivers for a free, online program of art and connection. Guided by art in the collection, Rubin docents and staff lead close-looking and creative exercises and lively discussion. Explore the concepts of interdependence and fluidity by hearing stories and teachings of historical Buddhist figures, as well as meditation practices by leading teachers. Whether you care for a loved one or work as a caregiver professionally, feel rejuvenated and revitalized in this hour-long retreat.
Empowering Caregivers is supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation.
Please find the Zoom link to connect to the program in your confirmation email. Contact our Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.