March 24 - March 26
Fearless Creating for Writers, Painters, Performers, and All Creative Souls
Whether you’ve only dreamed of a life in the arts or logged thousands of hours in your chosen craft, join America’s foremost creativity coach to learn how to overcome the challenges every artist faces making art and making a living from it.
Painter, poet, dancer, weaver, novelist, sculptor, filmmaker or stand-up comic—whatever your creative identification, the challenges confronting the working artist are many and occur daily. It’s hard to make art, find success in the marketplace, manage your relationships, and keep your spirits up. Beginner or expert, you may begin to doubt there are any real strategies for moving beyond these very real problems.
If you are a working artist or a “civilian” wanting to create more deeply and more regularly, if you find yourself creatively blocked, if you’ve abandoned the arts and long to return, this workshop is for you. It is also for you if you are a coach, therapist, or other artist-supportive professional who wants to learn about the challenges of the creative life. Through lessons, exercises, and discussions you’ll learn how to summon the muse by identifying and managing the major emotional and practical challenges that come with a life in the arts.
Dr. Eric Maisel, America’s foremost creativity coach, has worked with thousands of artists worldwide. He is the author of more than 40 books, among them Fearless Creating, Coaching the Artist Within, Mastering Creative Anxiety, Creativity for Life, and The Van Gogh Blues.