The Gratitude Graffiti Project Goes Virtual Starting April 6
For the fourth consecutive year, Kent State will participate in the Gratitude Graffiti Project, a practice of purposeful reflection and appreciation expressed through interactive art. Participants are no longer "spectators" of art -- they are fully engaged in creating the art that expresses their gratitude. Through art, individuals can contemplate, create, rejuvenate, and awaken a completely new perspective on how to look at how great life can be.
For the past three years, you likely saw poster boards filled of colorful post-it notes with sentiments of gratitude and window displays reflecting window chalk expressions of thankfulness across all KSU campuses. This year, considering COVID-19 precautions, Gratitude Graffiti is going virtual!
Beginning Monday, April 6, employees will be able to add electronic sticky notes with messages of gratitude to be shared on our digital Gratitude Graffiti boards. There will be a new board and prompt each week that aligns with the weekly themes of the 28-day Gratitude Challenge. You do not need to be registered for the challenge to add your "graffiti" to the virtual gratitude board.
To visit and add your note for week one go to our Gratitude Board here. Feel free to visit throughout the week beginning April 6 – April 12. Watch for your Employee Wellness emails for links to weeks 2, 3 and 4 or visit our Gratitude Graffiti webpage here. This virtual offering is open to all full and part-time faculty and staff.