A Creative Way for Our Time
Facilitator: Helen Tyrell
Event time: Tue 1st Jun 2021 at 6:30pm - Tue 22nd Jun 2021 at 8:00pm
Do you long to bring more creativity into your life?
We are creative beings! The wellspring of creativity which runs in all of us offers innovation, healing, beauty, and pleasure!
This creativity workshop puts you in touch with your creative sources, helping you to explore your creative response to everyday challenges as well as encouraging you in the creative projects you love and to be an agent of change in your own endeavours.
At a Glance
- Access your own sources & discover tools to make creativity your way of living with this creativity workshop
- Prioritise the projects you love and be an agent of change in your own endeavours
- Heal yourself through creative exploration and appreciate your own unique voice
- Learn to collaborate playfully and creatively, sharing your journey with creative peers and champions
Participants will gain
- Healing: connection to your own creative wellspring, whatever your walk of life
- Energy: kickstart your creative projects and feel confidence in carrying them out
- Tools: practical exercises to bring to your personal and work situation
- Clarity: an opportunity to lighten up and let the light in! See your way more clearly for 2021
- Connection: bring your unique talents and values to bear in a small group setting
Play Ethic Creativity Workshop
At a time when individually, collectively, and globally we are being called upon to evolve creatively; when our souls, society and organisations need to be examined and healed, reconnecting with our inner child has never been more important.
Everyone has at one time accessed creative play, and they can again, with healing results. This experiential online workshop takes you on a journey into the natural environment of your own creativity, into a world of inspiration and connection that can lead you forward in a confident, light, and playful way. Whatever your walk of life, this workshop can help you to connect with your creative wellspring, to understand how creativity is already manifesting in your life, how to harness this creativity, and how to trust your own expression of it.
Many of our constructs, aspirations and received wisdom point to the importance of a strong work ethic, so much so that we do not learn to value creative play as a legitimate practice. In doing so we miss out on the creative wisdom that comes with lighthearted play and the subtle messages that whisper creative responses to our challenges.
These workshops are suitable for non-Artists, blocked Artists and practicing Artists alike. They are for people who find themselves at a crossroads or threshold, or wish to be, and will suit people with all backgrounds: whatever your specific dreams, challenges and walk of life, Play Ethic offers practical healing and innovation.
We will guide participants through a coherent, spacious, four-session journey, using story, artistic channels, creative play, and process-oriented facilitation practices. We take care to cater for all learning styles with our choice of exercises within a supportive peer environment. The workshop is inspired and informed by ‘The Artist’s Way’ (Julia Cameron), by the late Dr Chris Seeley’s ‘Artful Organisation’, by Process Oriented Psychology, by Helen and Jasmine’s experience of creativity and Deep Ecology.
Time & Dates
Tuesdays, 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd June at 6:30-8pm.
The course will be held in real time with the tutor via the Zoom platform. Sign up to this platform is free. You will need a laptop, computer, tablet or a smartphone – with an in-built camera and microphone – and a reliable internet connection. We will provide more information and joining instructions in advance of the first session.
Recordings will be available for 30 days after course close as a way to support all participants in receiving the information.
You will a pen and a journal, notebook or sketchbook for making notes.
Sales end on 1st June at 5:30pm
Helen is a trained Coach, Processworker and Creative with an MSc in Sustainability and Responsibility from Ashridge Business School. As a one-time professional Artist, Helen now chooses to work as a creative ‘amateur’, as in a ‘lover’ of art, writing, poetry and creativity, exploring how her own creativity manifests, flourishes, is nurtured and its effect on her life and that of others. Helen spent over ten years working in business within the field of Sustainability and she is interested in the role of creativity in redefining our lives, our organizations, and our relationship with the earth. Helen deeply believes that playful creativity can be accessed by all of us with healing results.Visit Tutor's Website
Jasmine is an author, mentor and permaculture trainer, with experience in play, learning and Processwork. Jasmine combines creativity, nature observation and design to explore solutions for the challenges of our times. She’s had the pleasure of training and learning from over 1000 people of all ages and life paths at her smallholding in West Wales (2009-18). Jasmine’s current exploration of creativity is inspired by the intelligence of ecosystems and their enthusiasm to cooperate with humans. Through deepening our observation of ourselves and our relationship with wild plants, stones and trees, she hopes we can reconnect with both our playful nature and our power for the good of all.Visit Tutor's Website