Participants can create touchstones with images or words that express gratitude or thank yous. They can be a gift to someone you appreciate and care about, or you can make touchstones to thank yourself for your many gifts and accomplishments.
Kits containing all materials needed to complete this activity will be provided. Please register early to ensure your kit can be shipped to you in time for the event.
*Limited supplies are available.
Native Youth & Young Adults (ages 16-24)
Antionette Ascencio, Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo Indians, SUNY COVID Culture Keeper, Project Firstline Fellow, NCUIH
1. Introduction to touchstones and their uses
2. Build knowledge of art as a strength-based coping skill
3. Build awareness of the role gratitude plays in achieving wellness