CU Series: GENERATING CREATIVITY
Continual University Series: “Generating Creativity”
Saturday, January 14, 2012, 6-8 pm
Art is often created through the re-imagining of ordinary things. What are the most powerful tools for generating creativity? This is about simple interventions; useful techniques for shifting the blocks that often stop us from working most effectively, focused on the here and now. Let’s re-frame creativity not as a trail of HUGE steps but instead as a series of playful moves, available to anyone. Creativity is not an abstract endeavor but a practical process, allowing each one of us to grow our potential in a dynamic and exciting manner. With games, shifts of perspective and challenges, we can reclaim and reconnect to our humble beginnings as creative creatures, and once again accept
that we are all Artists and Designers!
Jason Dudycha will lead the Generating Creativity presentation. Jason is a local agriculturalist and musician — you may have seen him around town at markets, dancing, or riding one of his custom-built bicycles. He is sincerely looking forward to exploring this concept of ‘creativity’ with us.
Much Gratitude to our Winter Series Sponsors:
Little Artshram, Oryana Natural Foods Co-op,
“Kima M Kraimer Rolfing® Structural Integration”,
Bleu Haven Chi Nei Tsang, Ms. Nellie Eve Skallerup
and Friends for providing welcoming music
CU Series Presented by: O’k CSAE
With Our gracious Host and Friends:
124 N. Maple St., Traverse CIty, MI
We ask you to contribute to the “Continual Cause”
….Suggested Donation, $8.00
In keeping with the commitment and flow of our first CU presentation on Time-Banks and local economy, a suggested donation of $8 is asked, which CU will in turn provide a $10 Continual Note to each participant. The Continual Note can be used as a donation towards future programs in the series, or towards goods in our CU Shop, gathered and created by local artists. All proceeds raised will be used wisely towards funding continual, if not continuous gatherings. The Continual Note is an experiment we hope to pair with Bay Bucks, aimed at becoming an accepted means by which to continue the CU local gatherings and meeting of minds, bodies and souls, while contributing to a small, independent institution.
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