$400.00

The Artist's Way Workshop - March Batch

Description

12-Week Workshop

  • 7th March 2021 - 23rd May 2021
  • Held every Sunday from 10am to 12pm, for a period of 12 consecutive weeks.
  • The fee includes:

    • Admission to all 12 sessions

    • A copy of The Artist’s Way book

    • A blank journal to be used for completing the tasks assigned

    • 10% discount on the cafe on all drinks throughout the duration of the course. You will be provided a loyalty card with your name on it at the first session.

    About the book

    Written by American teacher, author, artist, poet, playwright, novelist, filmmaker, pigeon fancier, composer, and journalist Julia Cameron, The Artist’s Way book is a program designed to help individuals pursue creative activity not as a profession, but as a form of artistic self-care. Created more than 25 years ago, the program is still used by artists all around the world to overcome their self-doubt and fears that inhibit the creative process. The Artist’s Way is for everyone. That’s the best part! Being in a creative profession is not a requirement of the course, but an openness to learning new ways of expressing your innate creativity is essential.

    About the facilitator

    Mrigaa Sethi is a poet, writer and storyteller living in Singapore. Her poems have appeared in The Seneca Reviewep;phany, and other literary magazines, and are forthcoming in Call and Response 2 and EXHALE: an Anthology of Queer Singapore Voices. She is also a storyteller and has performed original work at Other Tongues: A Festival of Minority Voices, the Singapore Night Festival, and StoryFest. Most recently, she hosted a four-part podcast on mysticism, No Magic Here, as part of the Singapore Writers Festival.

    After many attempts to complete The Artist’s Way over the years, Mrigaa finally succeeded this past summer, thanks to the fellowship of a committed group. She believes the course is first and foremost a way to wake up to the richness in our daily selves – an awakening that can help us live more artfully, whether or not we identify as artists.

    She looks forward to learning from the participants, as well as sharing tips, tricks and pitfalls from her own experience with this demanding and rewarding course.