A look at karma and life experience through the lens of our formative relationships
WITH LINDA OGDEN-WOLGEMUTH
Our families are our first human relationships and greatly shape how we grow and learn. The definition of what a family is, however, looks different for each of us, and may change drastically over the course of our lives. We will take time to explore our individual experiences of family in our lives through several artistic exercises.
Please bring several sheets of drawing paper (large format, if possible), as well as drawing materials (crayons, pastels, and/or colored pencils).
Linda Ogden-Wolgemuth is a recent graduate of the Center for Biography and Social Art’s three-year certificate program and is currently enjoying serving as secretary on its board and leading biography workshops with individuals and institutions. In her more recent past, she worked as a class teacher, college member, and board member at the Rudolf Steiner School of NYC, where she was also a longtime parent. An alum of Sunbridge College’s Elementary Education Program, Linda joined the staff at Sunbridge College as its Director of Education from 2019 through 2022, and continues to serve there as an adjunct faculty member and an online workshop host. Linda is graciously embracing middle age by staying active as an educational consultant and by cooking, traveling, theater-going, and spending time with family and friends.