Updated: Oct 18, 2020
Date and Time:
Fri, 24 Jul 2020, 09:00 - Thu, 1 Oct 2020, 23:30
There is significant research that evidences that using art as a therapeutic outlet can be a useful tool in supporting mental health recovery. Many famous artists historically have used different creative mediums and art as a form of expression and possibly a way of helping their mental health and wellbeing.
This course will explore how and why art is used to support mental health recovery.
We are aware that Art supplies might be tricky to find at the moment so we will try our best to design activities that use common household items!
It is a thirty-five minutes online youtube course for beginners to learn how to make their Mandalas from scratch. In this course, the students will discover how to use the art of making mandalas to benefit for their emotional wellbeing and relaxation purposes during this COVID-19 lockdown.
OJ's Mandala Collection
Mandala art has been recognised as a therapeutic tool. Mandalas are making it easy for us to concentrate, relieve tension, anxiety, and stimulate creative thinking abilities and they can be used as decorative ornaments for everyday objects.
Drawing and colouring your own mandalas is a meditative form of creating artwork that is much easier than it looks.
We also added some useful examples of the template so you will soon be able to create your own unique Mandalas. Please also view some of my recent mandala artworks: