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The Artist's Way Workshop is coming to Bloom Studio


Are you asking yourself any of these questions? Am I experiencing all there is in my life? What is creativity? Where did my creativity go? My life is in transition--what do I do next?

Join in the Artist’s Way Workshop--a cluster of like-minded individuals who are desiring to experience more out of life, discover or recover their creativity, experiencing transition in their personal or work life, or simply want to shine their creative light more at home, work, or play.

This eight-week class will assist participants in jump starting their own creativity while being part of a nurturing community of women exploring Julia Cameron’s book The Artist’s Way.

Class members will gather once a week for 8 weeks, to develop strength in using the “tools” of Morning Pages, Artist’s Dates and other acts of creativity, share in book chapter discussions and celebrate while giving witness to each member’s journey toward creativity.
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“This book has been around for a long time, and I hope it sticks around forever. It guides the reader through a fascinating (and fun) 8-week-long program of exercises and explorations that help loosen up one’s artistic self. It takes you on a journey and it brings much insight, gently helping you see what is holding you back, and showing you how to move forward. Three times in the last decade I've committed to doing The Artist's Way's program, and each time I've learned something important and surprising about myself and my work. Just to show how influential it's been to me—the first time I did the program, I had decided by end of it that I wanted to 1) travel to Italy and learn Italian, 2) Go to an Ashram in India, and 3) Return to Indonesia to study with the old medicine man I'd once met there. We all know what THAT decision led to. . . Without The Artist's Way, there would have been no Eat, Pray, Love.” 
—Elizabeth Gilbert

You can register for the Artist's Way Workshop by clicking here.  Choose the weeks you want to join us (we encourage you to come each week to get the entire benefit of the course) and pay for only those weeks.

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