Repeats every week every Tuesday until Wed Apr 12 2017 .
2:15pm to 3:30pm
Mindfulness is about developing the ability to be fully attentive to all moments in life. Offered in collaboration with HUHS, this introductory course is designed to reduce the amount of time you spend worrying about the future and fretting about the past.
You will be introduced to several mindfulness exercises: meditation, correct breathing, guided imagery, the body scan and more.
Enjoy the best of Celtic music and dancing with world-class musicians including JENNA MOYNIHAN, fiddler at the Dudley House Robert Burns Night. If you enjoyed the Burns Night, you will love the Celtic Sojourn! www.wgbh.org/support/stpatrickssojourn.cfm
Tickets: $25. Pay with cash or check (to Harvard University) in the House Office, 3rd Floor. Dudley House members may bring one guest.
Come enjoy a classic and hysterical film on the Dudley big screen, a screen the size of a large wall. Givat Halfon Eina Ona, 1976 (Halfon Hill doesn't answer) is one of the best known and most quoted from movies of the Israeli film archive. Mediterranean catering will be provided for dinner.
At these informal meetings everyone can bring their creative texts and we will give each other constructive feedback, help each other become better writers and brainstorm ideas together. You don't have to bring a text, just can just come to discuss.
Ever wonder how directors and cinematographers look at films? Want to better enjoy, understand, and get more out of movies? Come to this talk on
How to Watch a Film A talk by Nathan Roberts, Harvard PhD student in Film and Visual Studies and author of Surface Tensions: Searching for Sacred Connections in a Media-saturated World (http://www.nathandroberts.com/)
Free and open to the public. Snacks will be served. Sponsored by the Dudley Arts Fellows
We will travel to the Complete Recycling Solutions facilities in Fall River MA (~1 hour drive). Departing from the Harvard School of Public Health at 7:45. We will be back before lunch. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
The Writing and Study Bootcamp provides a weekend's worth of breakfast, lunch, and coffee in a quiet setting where the combination of enforced seclusion and proximity to other graduate students somehow, magically, ensures lots of work gets done. The event will be held Saturday, March 4 and Sunday, March 5 from 9am to 4pm in the Café Gato Rojo.