Upcoming Webinar: “Tools and Techniques for Artists with and without Disabilities: How to Handle Resistance in the Creative Process”
Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 3 to 4pm — Free
Content: Many creatives experience creative blocks due to the resistance that is part of the creative process. Too often, resistance stops the artist from making movement in their art work or out in their careers. This includes artists with disabilities and without disabilities – no artist is immune to this challenge. However, resistance can be a conduit for change when the artist uses techniques and strategies alongside their art making process. When someone attains a disability or goes through some changes in their lives or artistically this resistance can be stronger than normal. This is where developing a toolbox to handle the many changes that effects one’s creativity becomes highly valuable to the artist. This presentation addresses the many ways in which to redirect one’s creativity.
– how resistance is a natural part of the creative process
– how creative blocks can have potency for creating breakthroughs
– how you can employ techniques and tools to stay productive
This presentation is for visual artists, musicians, writers, performers, and those that support artists — as well as those who are interested in how creativity works.
Sign up via the link below. (The Kennedy Center offers this free webinar to the community at large.)
Hosted by VSA / The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC