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Begin your journey in the Mindfulness Lab, an interactive space to discover Asian wellness practices. Take a moment to destress with wellness techniques, a sonic mindfulness experience, and slow craft activities. Kick off your shoes, pause, and reflect to better understand yourself and the themes in the Body & Spirit: The Human Body in Thought and Practice special exhibition.
Mindfulness Lab highlights:
Pick up an activity trail booklet and mindfully wander through selected objects in the permanent galleries, leading to Body & Spirit. Suitable for children 7 and up, the activity booklet will encourage you to observe closely, ignite your imagination, and pay attention to your thoughts and emotions in the moment.
Mindfully developed by ACM and the Brahm Centre.
Available onsite or as a digital booklet in the Downloads section below.
A mindfulness guide to Body & Spirit: The Human Body in Thought and Practice exhibition. Suitable for ages 7 and up.
2-4 Dec, 9-11 Dec 2022
From 1 October 2022
ACM welcomes a selection of Chinese Christian art from the Vatican Museums in Rome, in its latest rotation of the Christian Art Gallery. Drawn from the Anima Mundi (meaning “Soul of the World”), these are little-known treasures of Christian art made in Asia.
Batik Kita Lecture: Imran bin Tajudeen
Crossing Cultures: In Motion
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