Create space to create

A way to create space is to join the next session of The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity.

How to make space in a busy life for creativity?

One way would be to join the next session of The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity.

This course is based upon the internationally best-selling book by Julia Cameron. Still as relevant today as it was when it was published over 10 years ago, it is a powerfully provocative and inspiring work, one that will help you to focus on your creative self.

Group meetings are intended to provide support, company and insight that will be unique to each individual path. Weekly readings, daily writing, a weekly ‘artist’s date’ with yourself and the thoughtful tasks are all part of how it works to help you get unstuck and stay on your own best track.

The session will run for 12 weeks, starting Jan. 29 and every Wednesday afterwards until April 16., from 7 to 9 pm.

The venue is the eclectic and spacious Old School Gallery in Royston. Leading the facilitation is Sita Then, a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design, and an exhibiting artist who has facilitated arts and community events for more than 20 years.

For more information or to register, call 250-338-2249 or e-mail  6plus4@gmail.com.

— Old School Gallery

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