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    • Creating an Identity Mandala
    • An Identity Mandala• mandala (ˈmændələ, mænˈdɑˈlə) — n– 1.Hindu & Buddhist art any of various designssymbolizing the universe, usually circular– 2.psychol such a symbol expressing a personsstriving for unity of the selfArt and Facing History workshop,June 2013OUR TASK: use the medium ofwatercolor and utilize symbolsto create a circular mandala forour own identity.
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Student SamplesArt and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • Art and Facing History workshop,June 2013
    • “Facing History and Ourselvesmade me realize that mychoices matter. When I amindifferent, the world loses and Ilose. The world needs me to act.And if my choices matter, then Imatter. That’s a very importantlesson to learn as a child and toown as an adult.”Facing History Alumnus