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New Year, New You – Creating a Visual Resolution Mood Board

Posted January 15, 2021 | By ale_bellot

Digital Education Programming Presented by the
Center for Health & Wellbeing

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Writing out your New Year resolutions is a great way to organize your thoughts after the holidays. This year, why not try visualizing your 2021 by creating a collage? Watch this program to learn how to create your own personal mood board. Consider how you’ll design it — you may choose to include recipes for a healthier you, keepsakes and treasures, photos or drawings, bits and pieces of fabrics or paper, receipts, maps, or clippings from magazines. Think about using those images and words that will support you moving into a healthy and happy new year. Let your creation guide you and your 2021 outlook!

By viewing this program, you can expect to learn that:

  • visuals can assist with attaining goals.
  • creativity is a fun process.
  • flexibility is a key attribute for planning ahead.

This program is presented by Catherine Cross Tsintzos and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

About Your Program Presenter
A 2017 Duke University Trillium Sustainability Fellow and 2016 TEDx speaker, Catherine Cross Tsintzos has spent a lifetime in the arts as a practicing artist and educator. She serves on the Board of the Rensing Center and has been awarded several artist residencies in the Southeast for completion of her five-year long project on art and agriculture intersections. Tsintzos works with art museums and organizations throughout the Southeast United States. Locally, she has been the art teacher with Winter Park Presbyterian Church Preschool for 16 years, worked with Rollins College for five years, and has contracted with the Orlando Museum of Art for 14 years developing and teaching programs for all ages and abilities. Her art is in public and private collections.

Tsintzos is an interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary artist with a focus on environmental and social issues, traditional fine craft, and sustainability. She has a clear purpose in building and crossing bridges among the arts with a deep focus and balance between artistic practice, teaching, activism and invitation for participation.