Friday, October 05, 2007

GET SCHOOLED: creativity classes for women

girl can create

"As a workshop leader, Lisa brings a sense of excitement and passion few can match. Her enthusiasm rubs off on the participants, now co-creators, in a world of movement and creativity carefully explored and unleashed in a safe, fun-filled experience. Lisa is both a masterful facilitator and a catalyst for stepping into the unknown. With such warmth and humour, she truly creates a joyous atmosphere in her classes and workshops.”
- Beth Mairs, Director of Wild Woman Expeditions

She Can Create: Creativity Classes for Women


Join us for an experiential woman's creative group that meets once a week to play and create using a variety of different inspirations. Focusing on self-expression and the desire to bring more art to our lives we will use Collage, Storytelling, Movement, Doll making, Beadwork and Journaling to jumpstart our creativity and help create unique pieces of art and find ways how to continue creating after the classes are finished. Lisa will also talk about the overcoming creative blocks, taking steps to complete projects and letting the world know about your work. A sure fire inspiring workshop, register early to avoid disappointment as there is a limited amount of participants.

She Can Create
When: Tuesdays Nights from 6:45 to 9:00
October 16, 23, 30, and November 6th

Where: Somewhere There Studios
340 Dufferin St., Toronto
One Block South of Queen
(entrance off Melbourne Ave))

Price: If registered before October 7th: $130
If registered after October 1st: $150


To register please email Lisa at lisa@girlcancreate.com or call 416-516-4925


Plus special deal for Toronto Craft Alert readers, register and mention TCA and you will receive a complimentary creativity coaching session with Lisa Pijuan-Nomura.

About Lisa: For many years Lisa has helped other artists when times were tough. It seemed to be a natural extensions of her work as an artist and curator. Lisa has studied with many great creative minds including author and creativity expert Eric Maisel, Art Therapist Jacqueline Gautier, dancer Lisa Nelson, singer Ysaye Barnwell, musician Babatunde Olatunji, storyteller Judith Black and many others! With over 15 years of working as a multidisciplinary artist, writer and educator, Lisa is especially passionate about bring art, humour and creativity to lives of women, youth and children.

For more info see www.girlcancreate.com

1 Comments:

Anonymous Gabriela Delworth said...

Hello Lisa,

I think this is a grea idea.
Congrats!

Gabriela Delworth

2:25 PM  

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