Note: Reservations for this event are no longer available in advance. A stand-by line will form at 3:30 pm near the BP Grand Entrance Ticket Office. More info below.
We live in a culture of speed and screens, communicating with others mostly through technology. LACMA’s newest program, Mindful Monday: Cultivating Empathy and Connectedness, provides an opportunity for visitors to spend quality time with works of art to become more grounded, connected—both with themselves and with others—and to grow their capacity for empathy. Join educators Alicia Vogl Saenz and Elizabeth Gerber for a gallery experience that encourages careful looking, conversation, and reflection.
On July 9, join in a slow-looking exercise and meditation, followed by a discussion in the exhibition Unexpected Light: Works by Young-Il Ahn.
Although the event is free, reservations are required. Attendance will be limited as the meditation takes place in the galleries. Admission to LACMA is free after 3 pm for Los Angeles County residents.
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Free, with admission; reservations required
Note: Reservations for this event are no longer available in advance. A stand-by line will form at 3:30 pm near the BP Grand Entrance Ticket Office. Guests in the standby line will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis, though unfortunately there is no guarantee of space being made available to guests in this line. For ticketing support, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.