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Amazing Resources for Joy!


We've been going through so much lately. Does not hurt to squeeze a little JOY in our days ahead. The term happiness used in the context of mental or emotional states, including positive or pleasant emotions, ranging from contentment to intense joy. It is also used in the context of life satisfaction, subjective well-being, eudaimonia, flourishing and well-being.


I really enjoyed the offerings from the Intergenerational Community Arts Council, and not because I am on the Intergenerational Community Arts Council myself, but because it made me feel wonderful. I will be sharing all of our future events, programs, and projects with you. Meanwhile, enjoy your free download below.


The Performance Project @ University Settlement - Check-out “Resources for Joy: Offerings from the ICAC“ Download and


“Resources for Joy: Offerings from the ICAC“ was created by the Intergenerational Community Arts Council (ICAC) in collaboration with Artist in Residence Najee Omar and visual artist and designer Yasmany Arboleda.


From the Introduction: We define joy as something that belongs to everyone. Including you. Joy is the feeling of music playing any and everywhere. When we say joy, what we mean is the thing that lifts us up. Like family. Or returning to the sacred place that invokes peace and relaxation. When we say joy, what we mean is turning toward the sun. Or whatever makes you warm. & feel good. & gives you energy. We like to think of joy as something that makes you laugh, that nudges and checks up on you, that comforts you. Joy is to be kept, nurtured, and grown. It is what you deserve.


Joy is yours. This is our specially curated gathering of art and information, all the wonderful things that bring us light when times get a little dark. & Our hope is that this book can bring a bit of sunshine to you too. Resources for Joy, Najee Omar (Artist-in- Residence), in collaboration with the ICAC


[ID: Cover page image of “Resources for Joy: Offerings from the Intergenerational Community Arts Council”, with the title in purple. In the center of the cover is a blooming yellow flower, surrounded by green and purple leaves, a spray of dark blue berries, and a small red ladybug lounging on a leaf]



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