12:00pm – 2:30pm, every Wednesday from 28th June – 19th July 2023
A powerful form of expression, art helps provide a means to communicate and process emotions that are sometimes difficult to put into words.
We’re happy to bring to you, Mandala Moments: a 4-week dot mandala series session designed to offer you a safe and supportive space to create beautiful and intricate patterns using simple dots, allowing your feelings to take shape on the canvas. It’s a great chance to explore your creative side and enjoy the captivating art of dot mandalas.
Led by Preeti Mistry, an arts-and-craft enthusiast who previously conducted a taster session on International Women’s Day for Crafts, Coffee & Cakes, this informal meet-up will take place every Wednesday from 28th June – 19th July, 12:00pm onwards. You can book yourself for all four sessions or attend a couple based on convenience – we leave it up to you!
Each session will run for approximately 2.5 hours and will be filled with engaging activities designed to empower and uplift.
No prior experience in art or dot mandalas is required. We welcome women of all skill levels, whether you’re a seasoned artist or simply curious about art with dots, together we will create a nurturing environment where you can freely express yourself through your own creations.
What to expect?
✨ Engaging and therapeutic dot mandala activities
✨ Guidance and insights from an expert in the field
✨ A safe and supportive environment to connect with other survivors
✨ Opportunities for self-expression and healing
✨ Light refreshments and materials provided
For help with registration and further inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Week 1: 12:00pm – 2:30pm, Wednesday, 28th June
Week 2: rescheduled to a later date
Week 3: 12:00pm – 2:30pm, Wednesday, 12th July
Week 4: rescheduled to a later date
The Quetzal Building, 14-16 Talbot Ln, LE1 4LR
Leicester, United Kingdom
Please note: This is a women-only event, but you don’t have to be a service user to join us. If you are a fan of art or only looking to be a part of an engaging activity, register now!
The rescheduled sessions will now run on 6, 13, 20 September.