Sat, June 3, 2023
10 a.m.-4 p.m. EDT
The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum
701 21st St. NW
Washington, DC 20052
Join us at the museum for family-friendly activities inspired by Anne Lindberg's installation what color is divine light? Explore color through crafts for all ages and mindfulness activities including yoga, meditation and a sound bath.
This program is supported by The Textile Museum Education Fund in memory of Shelly Brunner and Amy Rispin.
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. A series of programs within the gallery bring community members together for shared experiences designed to foster understanding and transcendence. Learn more about the installation
Handkerchief watercolor "batik" dyeing
Tissue paper stained glass
Yarn color wheels
Other arts and crafts, puzzles and more!
11 a.m. Yoga for Kids: The Beauty of Rainbows and Light
12:30 p.m. Meditation for Kids: The Power of Colors
2 p.m. Gentle Yoga: Understanding the Light in You
3:30 p.m. Guided Meditation: Chakras and Sound — How to Practice Color Meditation
Candy Glover is a 500-hour hatha and trauma-informed yoga and wellness facilitator. She uses her yoga principles and worldview to teach the power and potential of our individual capabilities through the journey of self. With her guidance, students explore their own liberation and freedom as a form of radical self-love. Glover fulfills her purpose by holding safe spaces for exploration, imagination and creation. Her teaching style is often described as laid-back but intense in transformation.
This event is free, no registration required. Stop by the museum anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to join the festivities.