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ARCS Summer Webinar Series: Self-Care and Self-Advocacy for Museum Professionals

The ARCS Education Programming Sub-Committee is hosting a well-being webinar series aimed at developing skills in self-care and self-advocacy for museum professionals. The 2-part series will include: Part 1: Put On Your Oxygen Mask First: Prioritizing Self-Care for Arts and Museum Professionals Prof. Dr. Dorothée King

This webinar with Prof. Dr. Dorothée King is for everyone who works and leads in a museum or arts environment and will focus on the well-being of staff in the arts/museum field. This session will include short exercises designed to identify stressors, develop skills in self-care, setting limits/boundaries, and making everyday decisions that will contribute to greater fulfillment, and possibly result in less burn-out or bore-out, at the workplace. King will show how individuals, when daring to step out of “giving paths,” not only develop personally but will also bring their open-mindedness to their teams and workplace.

In this session, three aspects will be discussed in detail, illustrated with examples, and offered with self-coaching questions:

1. Let’s not shy away from “tall poppy syndrome.”

2. Let’s celebrate JOMO (Joy of Missing Out) to make more time for our own wellbeing.

3. Let’s focus on sustainable workloads and supportive networks.


Datum und Zeit

13.07.2022 13:00 - 14:00 iCal


Institut Vermittlung von Kunst und Design (IADE)

Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Institut Vermittlung von Kunst und Design (IADE) Ateliergebäude: A 1.18 Oslo-Strasse 3 4142 Münchenstein b. Basel
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