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Centered Creativity

Saturday, September 24th 2016

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About the workshop

Centered Creativity is a four-hour workshop designed to help us create from our artistic core. This workshop will focus on daily, weekly and monthly self-care rituals that can help us go deep into the creative self amidst the hustle of everyday life. We will look at ways to carve out time, space and energy to nourish our artist-self every day. Through techniques such as yoga, visualization, meditation, journaling and solo artistic excursions, we can encourage our creative self to be available and ready for artistic play. Participants will have the opportunity to devise their own life-plan for effective, consistent creation.

When? & Where?

Saturday Sept. 24, 10am-2pm, The Guild Hall

For whom?

For people from all levels of experience and all artistic disciplines. Ages 16 and up.

How much?

$25. Advance registration recommended as space is limited.

(Please contact us if this fee is a barrier to you.)

To register call us at 393-2676 or email us.

 About Clare Preuss

Clare HeadshotTemplate Website Clare has collaborated with innovative companies across Canada and in Germany, Lebanon, Switzerland, Uganda and USA including: Alameda, Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland, bcurrent, BeMe, Blyth Festival, Buddies in Bad Times, Buffalo Infringement, Cahoots, Carlos Bulosan, Driftwood, Dynamo, Factory, Friction Group, fu-GEN, Gwaandak, Native Earth Performing Arts, New Harlem Productions, National Arts Centre, Nightwood, Paprika, Stratford Festival, Sundown, Theatre Direct, Theatre Centre, Theatre Monnot, Volcano, Why Not Theatre and Young People’s Theatre among others.  She has appeared on TV and in feature films, including her role as Caroline Kraft in the cult classic, Mean Girls. She is a certified yoga instructor and part-time faculty at Humber College. Clare is a recipient of the Houselighters of the Citadel Theatre Award and was named an outstanding director by NOW Magazine for Salome’s Clothes.  This season, she will join Neema Bickersteth, Darwin Lyons and Zoe Sweet as artists in residence at Factory Theatre to develop their play Dead Roads.  Clare is an Associate Artist with Volcano Theatre and Artist in Residence at the new multi arts incubator, KABIN.

Public Funders

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