THE ARTIST’S WAY: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity*
(Expanding Our Creativity; Creating Joy and Fulfillment in Our Lives)
*based on The Artist’s Way, by Julia Cameron
Are you ready to discover the joy of creativity? Using the proven tools and structure of Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way, this course will spur your imagination and guide your journey toward creative self-expression.
Our 2-hour sessions include weekly check-ins, hands-on activities, and creativity exercises. The encouragement and support of this small in-person community (what Julia Cameron calls a “creative cluster”) will help you fully experience the power of The Artist’s Way.
“We are all creative… We each can tap into the greater creative energies of the universe
and pull from that vast, powerful spiritual wellspring to amplify our own individual creativity.”
~ Julia Cameron
COST: $260 for 13 classes, if registered on or before December 27, 2016 (Early Bird Special)
$295 for 13 classes, if registered after December 27, 2016
WHERE: Downtown Matthews, NC
WHEN: Session A: Thursday mornings, 10:00 a.m. – noon, January 14 – April 7, 2016
Session B: Thursday evenings, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., January 14 – April 7, 2016
TO REGISTER: For more information or to register, please email Wendy directly at Wendy@ProfessionalCommunications.com.
You’ll need a copy of The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity.
If you wish, you can order a copy here.
To learn more, download the chapter in which Julia Cameron introduces these two Basic Tools:
“There are two pivotal tools in creative recovery: the Morning Pages and the Artist Date.
A lasting creative awakening requires the consistent use of both.”
*About Wendy, The Artist’s Way “Creative Cluster” Facilitator
Wendy H. Gill is a teacher, writer, storyteller, and video producer whose poems, essays, and photographs have appeared in a variety of regional and national publications. She is the owner of Story Café and Professional Communications.
Wendy is especially proud of the video documentaries her company has produced that examine the issues of diversity, education, and homelessness. In her spare time, photography provides a refreshing break from the world of words and helps her practice the fine art of seeing.
You can learn more about Wendy’s creative life and connect with her here:
You can read a sample of Wendy’s writing on her “Featured WordPlayer” page here: http://www.wordplaynow.com/meet-wendy-h-gill/