Monthly Meditation Sessions by the Black Man Project + Black Woman Project
The Black Man Project and Black Woman Project present monthly meditation sessions at the Museum in conjunction with the exhibition Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence. Dedicate a moment to connecting with yourself through a mindful morning meditation and absorb the zen energy from Cullen Sculpture Garden. Sessions are led by Rashad Sanders of the Black Man Project.
Book your reservation at least 24 hours in advance to secure a spot.
Plan Your Visit
- This event is open to the public and takes place in Cullen Sculpture Garden.
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About the Presenters
The Black Man Project, founded by conceptual artist Brian Ellison, believes art is a universal catalyst for healing. The organization explores how misconceptions such as one-dimensional expression and emotional inaccessibility affect Black men. Rashad Sanders, health & wellness ambassador, has a master’s degree in recreation & sports administration and a certification in yoga & personal training.
The Black Woman Project, founded by Tarren Everett, is a nonprofit rooted in creating safe spaces for healing and healthy conversations for exploring the many nuances that affect Black women.
All Learning and Interpretation programs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, receive generous support from Macey and Harry Reasoner; the Claire and Theodore Morse Foundation; and the Texas Commission on the Arts. Endowment funds are provided by the Louise Jarrett Moran Bequest; Caroline Wiess Law; Windgate Foundation; the William Randolph Hearst Foundation; Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff; the National Endowment for the Humanities; the Fondren Foundation; BMC Software, Inc.; the Wallace Foundation; the Neal Myers and Ken Black Children’s Art Fund; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ballard; Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Tate; the Eleanor and Frank Freed Foundation; Virginia and Ira Jackson; the Favrot Fund; CFP Foundation; Neiman Marcus Youth Arts Education; gifts in memory of John Wynne; gifts in memory of Peter Lotz; and gifts in honor of Beth Schneider.
“Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence” was organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, in collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
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