Restore the Muse: Finding Your Way Back to Innate Creativity
Do you find yourself falling into worn-out routines and thought patterns that interrupt your creative flow? Do you know you could be living with more inspiration and expression, but feel uncertain about where to begin? In this online workshop we will explore our thoughts about what inspires us, what role the muse has had in our past and in the natural world, and how to identify the key moment when we stopped believing we were creative. Activities will include reflective writing, discussion, and simple hands-on exercises. All are welcome to attend, whether you consider yourself an artist or not. Please bring paper or a notebook and something to write with.
Angie will be also be teaching the 4-week course Developing Your Creativity May 16-June 6. To learn more, click here: https://artistreevt.org/developing-your-creativity.html
This workshop will be live-streamed. We will send you details about how to access your class before the class meeting. Technology requirements for participants:
1. High speed internet connection
2. Electronic device (laptop recommended) with working camera, microphone, and speakers
For more information about Artistree virtual classes, please contact Karen Rodis at email@example.com
*NOTE: preregistration is required for this class.
Angie Follensbee-Hall has been a professional artist and yogi for over 20 years. Angie is a mixed media and handmade paper artist inspired by nature, stories, mythology, and the deep mystery of the world. She is a teacher and has led classes, workshops, and teacher trainings in art, yoga, and mindfulness for over 20 years. Angie was born in Sicily, Italy, and has immersed herself in the study of myth and her-story as she reclaims her identity with women’s wisdom traditions. Angie holds a BFA in studio arts, a Master of Arts in Education with a concentration in creative practice, and is an exhibiting artist and juried member of the League of NH Craftsmen, The New Hampshire Art Association, and the Vermont Handcrafters. For more about Angie, visit her website.