The Art of Seeing
Using practices from Full Presence Mindfulness: A Pocket Companion, we learn a relaxed way of seeing that encourages intimacy with whatever appears in the field of experience.
After a brief orientation to Full Presence Mindfulness, students will go on a walkabout and return with photographs to share. This class is a way to play with the openness of simply seeing.
Participants will receive a copy of Full Presence Mindfulness: A Pocket Companion. Students must provide their own camera or cell phone.
Note: this workshop is an in-person workshop taking place in Berkeley, California. This is not an online course.
Instructors: Hugh Joswick (he/him) and Ignacio Ercole (they/them)
Hugh Joswick is a long-time student and instructor at Center for Creative Inquiry and the Nyingma Institute and has life-long interest in photography and documentary filmmaking.
Ignacio Ercole is the editor and artist for the Pocket Companion. An instructor at the Center for Creative Inquiry and practicing psychotherapist, Ignacio brings a sensitivity to the artistic process that opens and investigates the transformation of awareness in everyday life
Ignacio ErcoleArt Director
Ignacio Ercole (they/them) is an argentine vegan queer artist, psychologist and mindfulness trainer. They have been trained as a psychodrama facilitator and contextual and mindfulness based therapy psychologist. They teach mindfulness programs for general audiences and for educators including mindful art classes and mindful eating sessions. Currently they are the art director of the Center for Creative Inquiry, the graphic designer for Mangalam Research Center and the art creative director and co-founder of Venus in Cancer.