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Perception and Resilience through Visual Art

Learn to see. See to learn.

Course Descriptions

The next start date for this program is January 2019.

This program runs on three consecutive weeks. Each session running from 9 AM - 12 PM with a 15 minute break. Each week, participants will meet at a different location (refer to Program Schedule below). 

Week 1: Leadership Resiliency and Culture

Date: ?TBD
Time: 9 AM - 12 PM
Location: McMaster Centre for Continuing Education
(One James North, Hamilton) and 
Hamilton Artists Inc.
(155 James Street North, Hamilton)


  • Resilience and leadership in the face of uncertainty and change.
  • Resilient leadership as a strategy for thriving in a culture of disruption.
  • Engaging in creative and critical thinking.
  • Contemporary art and different ways of knowing through visual art.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify strategies for resiliency involving emotional regulation and heightened self-awareness.
  • Identify environmental factors, threats, change as influences on resiliency.

Week 2: The Art of Wellness

Date: ?TBD
Time: 9 AM - 12 PM
Location: McMaster Museum of Art
McMaster University - Main Campus
1280 Main St. West, Hamilton


  • Visual art and health connection.
  • Personal and community health and wellness strategies.
  • Introduction to artists' practice and creative thinking.
  • Introduction to indigenous visual culture and challenging colonial institutions.

Learning Outcomes:

  • How focus and connectedness to ourselves, our relationships and the community we live in contribute to our health.
  • Develop strategies to increase awareness of need for self-care and care of others.

Week 3: Humanistic Leadership and Self Awareness

Date: ?TBD
Time: 9 AM - 12 PM
Location: Dundurn National Historic Site
610 York Blvd., Hamilton


  • Humanistic leadership definition and learning to lead by understanding ourselves and others.
  • Building a leadership network - emphasis on building relationships and collaboration.
  • Leadership integrity and accountability.
  • Understanding diversity, bias and respect.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Develop greater skills in non-verbal and visual communication, observation, and reflection.
  • Explore diversity, bias and respect.
  • Reflect on values, practice for leading, and understanding self.