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"Call for Artists: New York and Eurpean Workshops 2005 and 2006"
2005-08-03 until 2006-12-31
New York, NY,
USA United States of America
Creativity Workshops announces their upcoming workshops,
starting with their November 11 - 14 workshop in New York City and also a NYC workshops in the spring and summer workshops in Europe (Crete, Provence, Florence, Barcelona, Prague and Dublin). The workshops in Europe offer 3
Founded in 1993, the Creativity Workshop is dedicated to teaching people
about their creativity and how to use it in all aspects of life, work,
and creative expression. They do this through a series of exercises
developed by the founders and directors, Shelley Berc and Alejandro
Fogel. In a non-competitive, nurturing atmosphere, these workshops help
participants develop creative skills, expanded sense perception,
innovative problem solving, inspired brainstorming, and new ways of
looking at life as exciting and transformative. The price of the NYC
workshop is $600, tuition only. The European workshop prices start at
$1,750 for tuition and 9 nights accommodations.
The only requirements for the Creativity Workshop are curiosity about
the creative process and a sense of playfulness.
See below calendar for the NYC workshops (non-credit) and the Europe
workshops (3 university credits available):
NEW YORK CALENDAR 2005-6
November 11 - 14
March 24 - 27
April 21 - 24
May 19 - 22
SUMMER CALENDAR 2006
Crete: June 19 - 28
Provence: June 29 - July 8
Florence: July 9 - 18
Barcelona: July 19 - 28
Prague: July 28 - August 6
Dublin - August 6 - 15
From $1,750 including tuition and 9 night accommodations.
Whether you are in business, teaching, art, or science, these workshops can
help you discover and nurture your particular way of expression and
break through the fears and blocks that inhibit creative expression.
Working with thousands of individuals, businesses, and institutions
since 1993, the Creativity Workshop helps people believe in and develop
their imagination through using a unique series of exercises in memoir,
creative writing, visual arts, sense perception, brainstorming, and
storytelling. Their concentration is on the process of creativity rather
than the product. They emphasize the importance of play and the sharing of
ideas to nurture creative growth.
You can read more about the workshop below or go directly to the
extensive informational site: