Participants of all ages rolled an enormous ’emotional die’ to choose the emotion that they would explore.

Next, they logged the triggers and responses that they associated with emotional states like ‘dread’ and ‘anxiety’ here at the ‘Fear’ station.

They then added their balloons to the community garden of emotions.

It was fun and interesting to browse the triggers and responses people associated with emotions, such as the ‘excitement’ represented by this yellow balloon.

At the end of the day, a crowd of eager people with toothpicks assembled in the garden to pop all of the balloons together and help clean up.

“Pin the emotion on the human” was a station where people could share the place on their body where they feel the five universal emotions explained in the atlas.