If you’ve ever found yourself lacking the same creative spirit others seem to use effortlessly, and to their fullest potential, then you might be interested in a course designed to tap into your own creative side. According to Julia Cameron, author of The Artists’ Way, we are all creative, but “in order to retrieve your creativity, you need to find it.”
Carol Battistoni and Kate Gavigan are firm believers in Cameron’s writing; so much so, they’ve created a 12-week course designed to teach students how to channel creativity into daily life. Covering each of the chapters in The Artists’ Way as a group provides a unique level of interactivity, where students can work through a series of exercises together. You can read more about the class and Cameron’s teachings on their FAQ page.
The fall session begins on September 20 and goes through December 6. Class meets on Monday nights from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. held at The Healing Edge (Carol Battistoni’s office): 4010 Stone Way N., Suite 200 (NE corner of 40th and Stone Way). The 12-week class is $375 and students can register here, and the maximum class size is 11 people. A $75 deposit holds your spot in the class, and students are responsible for having their own copy of The Artists’ Way.