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Workshop “Mindful painting – free your mind” by we4you

time: 4 to 6 pm

Registration: Please register until Thursday, April 8, 2021 via: turm2.tu-ilmenau.de/course/open?ID=431

Venue: You will get the meeting-link and further information in the morning at April 9.

Number of participants: 20

What happens?

Do you want to relax a bit and try something new? We hope, yes! How often do you actually ask yourself, how you are feeling right now in this moment? Are you aware of your emotional state? For those, who want to know more about it as well as activate or boost their creativity we offer a new workshop “Mindful painting – free your mind”.

Please, do not mind your painting skills. For all, who think painting is not my cup of tea, just try it. It is definitely worth it. This workshop is about getting in contact with yourself and not about making it perfect. We will paint, write, talk, share our insights and enjoy the process together. After the meeting, you will get a checklist with useful information regarding mindfulness, feelings, and emotions.

We know there a lot of online workshops at the moment. However, this online-workshop promises to be very interactive, as you will be extremely engaged in the creative process.

Materials you need for the session: acrylic or watercolor paint set, canvas or just white paper, paintbrush, piece of paper (for writing), pen.

Our university is not only globally connected in teaching and research, but also experiences internationality in numerous facets on campus. On the one hand, this is expressed in a large number of international projects, more than 220 cooperations with universities and research institutions worldwide, an increasing number of study programs and courses offered in English, and a growing number of international students and employees. The goals of TU Ilmenau with regard to internationalization in all areas of the university, where we stand and where we want to go, are set out in the university's internationalisation strategy.

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With the ratification of the Lisbon Convention, an international treaty of the European Council and UNESCO, by the Federal Republic of Germany, we as a university have committed ourselves to recognise the study and examination achievements of students from other European countries and also the study periods of our students abroad.

By joining the Code of Conduct, a self-commitment of German universities, we assure to offer foreign students, doctoral candidates and young academics optimal study conditions, good counselling and in-depth academic, linguistic and social support.

By signing the Code of Conduct for German Higher Education Projects Abroad, we pledge to apply the highest standards in our educational projects abroad - including access to study without discrimination and comprehensive counselling and support for foreign students.