Time & Location
Sep 15, 2022, 12:00 AM – Dec 15, 2022, 12:00 AM
About the Event
We're closing out 2022 with our 5th round of The Artist's Way, with a few tweaks this time around. This year, our 12-week online series will be pay-what-you-can, with all profits going towards a charity chosen by this year's participants.
Julia Cameron's trusty book The Artist’s Way is one of the best creative tools we've come across. This book, first published in 1992, is a collection of exercises and explorations undertaken over 12 weeks to unlock and bypass creative blocks & fears, and to get you to start doing instead of listening to your own version of creative static. More on the book is here, here and here. (Pat's Sunday AM will be working through It's Never Too Late to Begin Again, Julia Cameron's version of the book for those at midlife and beyond.)
Every week, each group will be meeting online to check-in, share experiences and work on weekly tasks together. We love being able to offer this online format to help you navigate in and around your everyday schedule, and to bring together like-minded souls from near and far. All you need is a copy of The Artist's Way (or It's Never Too Late to Begin Again).
The Artist's Way Correspondence Course will run for 12 weeks, starting in mid-September. Participants will choose ONE group to join:
MONDAY PM (7:30 to 9PM) with Miriam
Starts September 19th, last session on December 19th (no meetings on 9/26 Rosh Hashanah and 11/31 Halloween)
WEDNESDAY PM (7:30 to 9PM) with Twinkle
Starts September 21st, last session on December 7th
SUNDAY PM (5 to 6:30PM) with Pat
starts September 18th, last session on December 4th
***The Sunday PM group will be reading and working through It's Never Too Late to Begin Again, Julia Cameron's book for those at midlife and beyond. ***
Our Course Facilitators -
Pat Angerame is an educator, and has designed programs to integrate movement and the arts into core curriculum for special needs populations. She is a fiber arts enthusiast, newbie uke player, sourdough wrangler and sometime writer. Pat will be facilitating the Sunday PM session, working through It's Never Too Late to Begin Again.
Twinkle Burke is an actor, writer, educator, homeschooling parent and leader. She has facilitated various Arts in Education programs in schools and for different populations of all ages. She did The Artists Way facilitated by Julia Cameron and has been a part of an online International Artist’s Way “Grad” group for over 20 years. She continues to expand her creativity by taking classes and practicing different mediums including drawing, watercoloring, and fiber arts to name a few. She is leading the Wednesday PM session.
Miriam Laytner (she/her/they/them) is an oral historian and educator based in New York City, where she is currently completing her PhD in cultural anthropology. She is also a serial crafter, aspiring urban farmer, and pet parent to the best bunny in the world. She is excited to embark on her fourth journey with The Artist's Way--this time as a group leader! She will be leading the Monday PM group.
Series Fee: Pay What You Can ($75-$150/participant)
All profit for this series will be donated to a charity chosen by this year's participants.
Monday PMPay what you wantSold Out
Wednesday PMPay what you wantSold Out
The Sunday PM group will be reading and working through It's Never Too Late to Begin Again, Julia Cameron's book for those at midlife and beyond.Pay what you wantSold Out
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