ARTS 60815736 - 0401
Description
Explore the world of circles and patterns as we dive into creating Zendalas (a Zentangle Method-inspired approach) and Mandalas (a geometric approach used in Hindu, Buddhism, and other religions). Mandalas are an ancient form of geometry and art that reflect the self. The process of making a mandala is meditative and reflective. Take your meditative art to the next level! We’ll explore loose, hand-drawn designs as well as use simple tools (such as a compass and straight-edge ruler) to create intricate designs. We’ll also explore how to use these as meditative anchors as well. No experience needed! Each week will include instructions to creating a mandala, as well as background and historical information, and a meditative prompt. Expect to finish the mandala on your own, as the intricate designs may need more time than class allows.
Approximate Tuition Fee
55.5
Class Number
34074
Class Actions
Class Details
Meets
Th 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Dates
10/01/2020 - 10/15/2020
Room
Online Live
Instructor(s)
Sarah Uram
Instruction Mode
Online Live
Location
Online
Textbooks/Materials
Textbooks to be determined
Class Availability
Status
Open
Seats Open
19
Class Capacity
20
Wait List Total
0
Other Class Details
Class Notes
For information or registration assistance, please phone (608) 258-2301 ext 2. This class is web-based. To attend online you need access to a computer, laptop, or tablet with a web camera, microphone, and an internet connection capable of streaming video. A link to join the interactive video class meetings will be emailed a day or two before class. Please make sure you have a current email on your account. Contact Continuing Education at 608-258-2301 option 2 for help with late registration.
Session
General Session
Career
Continuing Education
Units
0.15 units
Grading
Classes Not Graded - 600 Level Courses