Exhibition Program: Meditation at the Museum
The museum and the Center for Mindful Living invite you to join a free meditation session in the museum once a month. Sessions take place in the gallery amid Anne Lindberg’s site-specific installation what color is divine light? Participants will be gently guided through an introspective experience that integrates breath and body-focused awareness, compassion-evoking affirmations, visualizations and slow, intentional movement.
The meditation will be led by two experienced guides who have studied mindfulness under Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield and other teachers. No previous experience is necessary. Yoga mats and stools for all sessions are provided by the museum.
About the Installation
Contemporary artist Anne Lindberg’s immersive installation what color is divine light? transforms light and thread into a site for contemplation and reflection on connections with ourselves, communities and individual conceptions of the divine. Learn more about the installation
About the Center for Mindful Living
The Center for Mindful Living is a community for meditation practice, reflection and fellowship. It offers daily meditation classes and monthly special events related to Buddhism, mindfulness, healthy living, kindness and community. The center is a project of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington. Learn more about the center
How to Participate
This program is free and will take place in person at the museum. Space is limited, so please register online to reserve your spot.