A daylong workshop to facilitate personal growth, self-compassion, and values-based action for the public. Proceeds benefit Compassion Works for All (CWFA), a prison outreach program that brings meditation, yoga, compassionate communication, and ACT to people incarcerated in Arkansas. Sponsored by CWFA and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Social Work. $50 to attend all day, trainer Matthew Boone.
Compassion Works for All Board Member Joyvin Benton is celebrating her birthday!! As a social activist and philanthropist, she decided to celebrate by asking friends and family to donate to our prison outreach efforts. Please join us on Thursday, September 13 from 6-8pm at 913 Cobblestone Circle, North Little Rock, and show Joyvin some love by donating in her honor!
Tzu Chi USA and Compassion Works For All are celebrating compassion in action by presenting stories about Socially Engaged Buddhism in the United States and beyond. Helping those in need is vital in today’s unbalanced and turbulent world. We can all play a part in spreading and practicing the wisdom of altruistic service. Join our film screening event and let’s inspire each other!
Art and meditation fit together beautifully. In this workshop, participants will combine meditative exercises with artmaking. In a relaxed and nonjudgmental atmosphere, learn how to work spontaneously with liquid inks and pens as you create unusual artworks by layering random applications of ink on paper. Find hidden imagery in the inkblots while imagining your own narrative. No drawing experience needed. ALL SUPPLIES PROVIDED. Just show up, relax, and have fun!
This is a benefit workshop for Compassion Works For All. The fees with the exception of $15 are tax deductible. The $15 exception goes to Diane Harper Art for supplies used in this class.