Originally from Japan, Pastel Nagomi Art is a form of healing art that uses pastels and fingers to create a warm and gentle piece of artwork.
Pastel Nagomi Art is known for its therapeutic and calming effect on one’s mind, with participants choosing and blending colours to complete an art piece. It is an art for anyone and everyone, and does not require participants to be artistically talented or experienced.
Caregiving for a loved one with mental health condition is much akin to scaling a mountain – the uncertainties, frustrations, burn out, among others. This is part of CAL’s engagement to empowerment (E2E) programme in which we seek to Engage more, Equip more and Empower more, helping caregivers to achieve a higher level of well-being and resilience.
Theme: Christmas is here!
Date: 24 November 2021, Wednesday
Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Venue: Online via Zoom Details will be emailed to all participants by 16 November 2021, Tuesday
Facilitator: Ms Kathleen Chia ACTA & PA Certified Trainer
Associate Instructor, Japan Pastel Hope Art Association Outreach Manager (Community), Caregivers Alliance Limited
Registration URL: Due to overwhelming responses, registration is closed.
This engagement activity will be conducted in English and required simple navigation of Zoom. No artistic talent or experience is required. Participants are required to have their own basic Nagomi Art materials to attend the online session. Information will be provided on where to purchase these materials.
Seats are limited for CAL caregivers only.