DANBURY, Conn. -- Artists, business and creative professionals, designers, writers and those who wish to trust their intuition and build on their successes are invited to participate in a four-week workshop, "Build Your Creative Courage," offered by the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut.
The workshop begins Thursday, April 30, and runs every Thursday from 7-9 p.m. through May 21. Continuing the Cultural Alliance's efforts to serve its broadening community, the workshop will take place @287 Gallery & Meeting Place, the home of the Cultural Alliance, at 287 Main Street. The workshop will be facilitated by painter and sculptor Pamela Hochstetter, who has been leading individuals and groups in expressive arts methods for 14 years.
If you're ready to shake things up in a creative and supportive way, this workshop is a must-do. "Build Your Creative Courage" will feature a variety of low-impact art exercises for which all materials are provided, some ungraded writing assignments that only you will read and more than a bit of friendly conversation. The Cultural Alliance is providing light refreshments. Hochstetter holds a Master of Divinity from Yale University and a B.S. in art and education, summa cum laude, from Western Connecticut State University. To view Hochstetter's artwork and learn more about her, go to www.pamelahochstetter.com.
A fee of $150 covers all four sessions, and pre-paid registration is required. Participation is limited. To acquire your seat at this "blueprint" for achieving inner freedom, self-confidence and ease, visit eventbrite at http://bit.ly/1F8ee8l on or before April 27; make checks payable and mail to CAWC, 287 Main St., Danbury, CT 06810. For more information, call 203-798 0760.
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