Date and time is TBD|
Art Museum of Greater Lafayette
Setting Good Patterns
Anytime is a great time to set helpful habits, whether you are a parent, a student, or an individual ready for a “reset”. We will examine helpful and unhelpful patterns and discuss tips for creating new desirable habits as you consider the unique needs of yourself and your family.
Time & Location
Date and time is TBD
Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, 102 S 10th St, Lafayette, IN 47905, USA
About the Event
During this guided Setting Good Patterns workshop, we will examine the types of habits and patterns that are helpful in making a household run smoothly according to individual needs and routines, whether that be school schedules, care-giving, or "adulting." We will consider factors that contribute to undesirable habits, as well as what we can do to be more successful in continuing good habits.
Participants will be invited to create a tangible reminder of this concept to take home with them. No previous art experience is necessary!
All supplies will be provided. However, participants may bring favorite pens and/or markers from home if they'd like.
Here are a few important things to note about this workshop:
-If you are a Museum Member and wish to receive the member discount on this class, you MUST register on the museum website, https://www.artlafayette.org/classes. I cannot refund the member discount if you register on my site.
-Free parking is available in the lot to the northeast of the building.
-All materials will be provided. However if you would like, you are welcome to bring your own markers or pens for use during our creative time.
-A full listing of workshops can be found on my website, https://www.abednegocreations.com/ or by following my FB page, https://www.facebook.com/AbednegoCreations
Creative Intermission Workshops are designed as an intentional "pause" for participants who typically spend much time and energy caring for others--sometimes forgetting the element of self-nurture. These workshops will be a safe place to relax, reflect, and breathe--the emphasis is on having fun and feeding the spirit rather than making a polished finished product.