For Museums

Limina Collective enjoys working directly with museums and galleries to develop events and creative content. In close collaboration with Learning, Curatorial, and Development teams, our projects include workshops, tours, digital and printed resources.

For live events in gallery spaces, where beneficial, we provide a portable wireless communication system to transmit audio to up to 24 participants.   

Contact us to explore options. 

Photograph: Maria-Alejandra Huicho

Our museum client list includes :

The British Museum

Looking Beyond Mindful Tour: a live walking tour using audio headset delivery, to engage with the experience of moving through the museum space, alighting on four objects for slow looking exercises.

Mindful Drawing Workshops: exploring the possibilities of mindfulness and drawing, in response to Käthe Kollwitz prints, shifting awareness between artwork, the body and the materials of drawing. 

The British Library

Art & Mindfulness Weekend Course: an immersive two-day programme for the Library’s ‘Buddhism’ exhibition, bringing together meditation, mindful looking, drawing and reflection. 

Buddhism Exhibition Trail and Take a Breath Family Workshops: working closely with curatorial and learning staff to create mindful exhibition resources for children and young people. 

The Royal Academy

A slow look: a series of short films inviting viewers to take a mindful pause with one artwork. Combining close-up images with a guided looking soundtrack. 

Photograph: Philip Hardman

Pallant House Gallery

The Art of Mindfulness Day Retreats: a popular series of workshops throughout the year, offering time to recharge and connect with art. 

Love for Life Mindfulness Late: Limina Collective was invited to curate this museum Late, a wonderful opportunity to collaborate with our inspiring partner practitioners. 

Slow Looking Blogpost

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Slow Looking Tasters, Gallery Lates: short drop-in sessions developed for the Gallery’s Lates programme, to encourage mindful engagement with one painting. 

Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery

Mindful Life Drawing: bringing meditation practices to the experience of drawing the human body in relation to the Manor’s historic rooms.

Royal Institute of British Architects

Mindful Spaces Workshop: an experiential workshop to explore awareness of the space around us, of the mind space and the interaction between the two. 

Royal Collection Trust

Mindfulness & Art Evening Event: offering a reflective response to the exhibition ‘Japan: Courts and Culture’, to engage with mindfulness themes embedded in the art of Japan. (Planned for 2020, now postponed.) 

Community Group Workshops: a series of mindful looking and wellbeing workshops for The Queen’s Gallery inclusion programme. (Planned for 2020, now postponed.) 

Photograph: Maria-Alejandra Huicho