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Julia Cameron first published her bestselling book, The Artist’s Way over twenty years ago. In it, she shares her approach to developing creativity which is based on the principles that we are all creative beings, that our creative yearnings come from a divine source and that people become creative by allowing themselves to become creative. Her approach has helped many people to overcome their blockages, improve their creativity and develop their creative practice.
In this taster workshop, you will be introduced to Julia Cameron’s two basic tools for creativity recovery – morning pages and the artist’s date. You will also undertake exercises to help develop your creativity.
Kathy Greethurst, Staff Development and Organisational Consultant Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development (OCSLD), Oxford Brookes University
Kathy Greethurst has personal experience of successfully using the Artist’s Way to open up her creativity, improve her poetry writing and solve problems at work. Please bring an open mind and a willingness to try new things. If you want more information in advance, please check out Julia Cameron’s book, The Artist’s Way: A Course in Discovering and Recovering your Creative Self, published by Pan (1995) and her website http://juliacameronlive.com/.
See Kathy's full staff profile here.