The Art of Living is a comprehensive program designed to equip high school girls with skills in culinary art, home health, fashion, and interior design. Through action, philosophical reflection, competitions and projects. The program focuses on developing an eye for the needs of others and discovering the beauty of service.
The Art of Living meets once a month on a Saturday from 12:30 – 3:30 pm.
Dates for 2018-2019:
Throughout the program the following topics are covered:
Philosophy: the essence of service, the human person, serving with freedom, relationships.
Mentoring: self-knowledge, desire to serve, overcoming difficulties, eye for detail, and discovering the needs of others.
Culinary Art: ethnic cuisine, baking and pastries, knife skills, pasta, rice cookery, and soups.
Home Health: nutrition, healthy environment, first aid, dietary allergies, personal hygiene, rest and sleep habits.
Fashion: design and color theory, culture and history, textiles, laundering, basic clothing repair and sewing.
Interior Design: flower arranging, table decor, color theory, furniture history and organization of space and light.
the Art of living CONFERENCE IN BOSTON
High School girls from all over the United States and from abroad, gather each year in Boston or Chicago for the The Art of Living Conference, where they engage in competition, hear about different cultures, learn new skills and develop friendships with girls from many different cities and countries.
The conference is open to girls who participate in The Art of Living program in their cities as well as any other girl interested in the event. The conference consists of seminars on The Art of Living topics as well as competitions which may include:
Culinary Mystery Basket
Tip Top Table Top
Dare to Repair
Be Our Guest
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Incontro creates spaces for reflection and promotes activities which put the person at the centre of focus.
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