THE ARTIST'S WAY - 2020 COHORT
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About the Event
Are you an artist or a creative looking for a group setting to explore, define and materialize your passions?
Whether you are a poet, painter, singer, writer, comic, woodworker, or weaver, The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron presents an exciting method for artists to recover their creativity from limiting beliefs, self-sabotage, inattention, fear, jealousy, guilt, addictions, and other forces that inhibit the creative process.
Why do it?
It seems like a lot of us are looking to connect or reconnect with our creative selves right now. Often we aren’t quite sure what is holding us back, but we just can't seem to get started, or have a hard time keeping a regular creative practice, or we want to try new creative endeavors, but don’t know where to start. We both know what that can be like--it may seem like we create with ease--social media can have that effect. In reality, most artists have periods of time where they feel stuck. It is honestly, the main reason we teach this class each year--we need it too. We truly enjoy it and sharing this experience keeps us inspired. To commit to pushing past creative blocks, to learn what is at the root of what’s holding us back. And it feels good to share our knowledge and experience with others as we dive into The Artist’s Way together.
This year, we are teaching the class virtually, and we couldn’t be more stoked! We will be hosting our classes via an online creative learning community called Collective Calling. In addition to weekly virtual meetings, we will be able to post and share additional resources, and students will be able to interact between weekly classes and share experiences as they like. AND without having to step foot onto facebook or social media. That’s right. You won’t have to log onto a facebook group to interact, ask questions, or pull up resources. Everything will be housed in our Collective Calling Artist’s Way Course.
It is our hope that by offering two virtual class options each Wednesday (one at noon EST and another at 8pm EST) that this experience will be more accessible to busy creatives who want to make a commitment to their creativity, but struggle to find the time. We also wish for you to create a habit of dedicating time to your creative growth (you deserve it!) and be connected in a supportive community that will be there long after the class has ended.
Thank you for considering joining us. If you have any questions about the class, please connect with either of us.
What you get
- 13 weekly virtual meetings hosted by Bree Stallings (breestallings.com) and Elizabeth Palmisano (ellafaeart.com),
- Access to a supportive online community,
- Resources, tips, and tools to help you successfully navigate the journey to creative recovery,
- Peace of mind that if you have to miss a class, you can still access all the tools and information for the week,
- and much more!
A notebook or journal and a copy of The Artist's Way. The book is necessary to participate in all sessions and may be purchased online or in a local bookstore. The average cost of the book is $23. All other materials will be provided.
Link to the book on Amazon
Live Virtual Meetings
September 23 Week 1 The Basic Tools
September 30 Week 1 Recovering a Sense of Safety
October 7 Week 2 Recovering a Sense of Identity
October 14 Week 3 Recovering a Sense of Power
October 21 Week 4 Recovering a Sense of Integrity
October 28 Week 5 Recovering a Sense of Possibility
November 4 Week 6 Recovering a Sense of Abundance
November 11 Week 7 Recovering a Sense of Connection
November 18 Week 8 Recovering a Sense of Strength
November 25 Week 9 Recovering a Sense of Compassion
December 5 Week 10 Recovering a Sense of Self-Protection
December 9 Week 11 Recovering a Sense of Autonomy
December 16 Week 12 Recovering a Sense of Faith
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