Experience Art in a New Way

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Have you ever wished you could have a more meaningful connection with art?

Join the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) for Mindfulness in the Museum. In this virtual experience, you will explore a more contemplative approach to looking at art with a variety of guided mindfulness practices. 

Learn More about Mindfulness in the Museum

This event is led by meditation teacher and UMMA docent Laura Seligman. Beginner and experienced meditators are welcome. There are two sessions available in May, in honor of Mental Health Month. Space is limited. 

Strengthen Your Social Connections During Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month. This year, it's more important than ever to find ways to nurture and sustain meaningful connections. So reach out to friends or family. Or look for new ways to connect with colleagues in safe and appropriate ways, like with Mindfulness at the Museum. Because, just like your physical health, your mental and emotional health is an essential part of your overall wellness, deserving of your ongoing attention and care. 

If you could benefit from talking to someone, support is available year-round for all faculty and staff. Personal counseling is confidential, short-term, and always available at no charge. University faculty, staff, retirees, and their adult family members are eligible. You can also access online mental health screenings, as well as more information about health plan benefits, and upcoming support groups and workshops on the UHR website.

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Focus on Social Connections During Mental Health Month

Support your mind and mood with virtual events this May.