I put together this class to answer a need I’ve long seen: so many people are making art, or doing creative things, and yet don’t see themselves as creative. We are creative in so many ways everyday. I want to give you permission to acknowledge your creative soul and open up space for the art practice you’ve always wanted.
You will learn to make art more often by:
- Validating the legacy of makers in your family and your creative history
- Visualizing your creative future
- Shifting to a playful, process-oriented approach
- Working smaller and in shorter bursts
- Nurturing your art practice with a playful 30-day creative challenge and art prompts
Your art doesn’t need to change the world. It doesn’t need to land in a museum. It just needs to be a place where you can explore, create, and find comfort today.
In the Small Creative Acts E-Course you’ll get:
- 1 hour 15 minutes video instruction
- 25-page Small Creative Acts workbook and worksheets with creative self-discovery exercises and art journaling prompts
- Lifetime access to class material
- Private Facebook group
Do I need to be on Facebook in order to join this class?
No. There is a private Facebook community, however, if you would like to share your work and discoveries there.
Do I need computer experience to take this class?
You do need basic computer knowledge to access this class.
Can I still take the class and access the videos if I can’t attend the live sessions?
Yes! I anticipate a number of students will be on a different schedule or time zone and will watch the replays on their own time, but be able to participate in the group and take full advantage of the class.
Do I need prior art experience?
No prior art experience is needed.
How much do the supplies cost?
All you need to begin is paper and a pencil or pen, markers, and acrylic paints. If you had nothing at all, supplies would cost you less than $50.
Because this is an immediate, lifetime access class, no refunds will be granted, regardless of circumstances. Registration is non-transferrable.
This class is NOT art therapy. For more information on art therapy, click here.