Join me at the Rockport Public Library on Wednesday, January 11th from 6 pm to 7:30 pm for a sneak peek into my newest class – Creative Daybook!
“This class will immerse writers and artists into the actual hands-on reality of how you do what you do, what works and what doesn’t. By aligning with your own unique Creative Process, you will begin to build a Creative Daybook that will provide a wellspring of useful records, experiences, creative sparks, creative breakdowns and breakthroughs, fine-tuning of projects and finished results, that will bring you face-to-face with your creative self, and set you in forward momentum,” explained Piccari.
The whispering muses of Martha Graham, modern dance pioneer, and Edward Weston, photographer, are late and incredible artists to whom I owe a debt of gratitude for providing vintage inspiration for the development of Creative Daybook.
This introductory session is offered to writers and artists of all types and levels – although those who have a project track record will find it more beneficial. Please call the library at 236-3642 to sign up as space is limited. This is an interactive workshop and participants are asked to bring either a binder, simple notebook or paper for recording. Attendees are also encouraged to bring along any tools (such as tabs, flags, sticky notes, highlighters) they find useful.
Teresa Piccari is a professional writer with experience in media, corporate and advertising settings. As proprietor of The Village Scribe, she provides copywriting and editing services. She is also a creativity coach who has been teaching a diverse palette of writing and creativity workshops for 20 years.