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Join Professor Emeritus Shozo Sato for a Sunday afternoon class on Sumi-e, or Japanese Black Ink Painting. Explore the practice of sumi-e as part of Rinzai Zen philosophy, and learn about black ink painting from the vision of a Tea Master.
Aimed at graduate students and postdocs, the fourth session is "Creating Sustainable Systems to Support our Work." The session will include policy structures like codes of conduct, but also restorative practices for handling conflict, training options for empowering you and your lab members, and inclusion practices for building equity in science.
The Spurlock Museum is pleased to host the storytelling program Warm Thoughts on a Cold Afternoon by Kim Sheahan. This free family program will be held in the Ancient Mediterranean Gallery. Sheahan is the Museum’s Assistant Director of Education and resident storyteller. She gives story-based tours for all ages as part of the Spurlock’s program offerings.