One of the most important ways that we express emotion is through facial expressions. Emotional expression has social implications since emotions are related to our needs.
Take part in discussing why do we see and interpret facial expressions so differently and what could we learn from sharing our views.
Sharing our views on how we express ourselves can help improve our communication within relationships and create a better modern society.
Social psychology research shows that our facial expression conveys an emotional state that is perceived by others. Those with normal social behavioral patterns tend to interpret feeling and intention in another person in a variety of ways. Facial expression, body language, and observer expectation all contribute to understanding others.
The benefit of the workshop is an open conversation on the power of emotional expressions, and how adding this dimension enriches our understanding of others.
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Art workshop “If this Portrait could talk"
Power of Emotions by visual artist Olga Sheymov
Join us in viewing 40 distinctive portraits while we explore and discuss the varied impressions
each of us observed from the same images.See how Olga has captured facial expressions
and feelings in portrait imagery.The interactive workshop would explore the many ways of how emotions are reflected in our facial expressions.We will collaborate on social aspects of expressing our emotions.