SYC LIVE: HOW TO TAKE A PERSONAL CREATIVE RETREAT

How To Take a Personal Creative Retreat

 

THANK FOR YOUR INTEREST, BUT THIS EVENT HAS PASSED.

Know about the next SYC Live Event!

 

Do you need to make MORE ROOM for creativity in your life?
Do you need to TAKE A BREAK from life for a few hours, a day, or a weekend?
Do you want TIPS for making the most of the creative retreat time you have? 

Then join our FREE SYC LIVE CALL on Wednesday, November 7 at 5pm PT/8pm ET.

You will hear from SYC’s Jess Greene and special guests Stephanie Lee and Pixie Campbell on how they integrate time for creative retreat into their lives.

Register for the call to learn how you can fit an hour-long rejuvenating break into your routine, get ideas on how you can spend an entire day with your creativity, and design the ultimate retreat by taking a couple days away to recharge.

We will be sharing:

  • Our experiences with at-home creative retreats.
  • Tips for clearing a physical space or getting away for your retreat.
  • Best practices for making the most of the time you have for your creative retreat.

Breaking away from our to-do lists may be hard, but it isn’t impossible and we are going to explore the best ways to make sure you get the creative breaks you need.

 

YOUR SYC LIVE EVENT LEADERS:

JESS GREENE
Founder of Seek Your Course, Jess Greene, started life after college as a middle school science teacher and was drawn to art through blogs and art workshops. She started Seek Your Course in 2011 with the mission to make creative experiences more accessible to the masses. Since quitting her teaching job last year she has spent a month in Spain in an artist residency, traveled around the country running the Jumpstart Creativity Tour and started teaching encaustic painting to adults.

 

STEPHANIE LEE
I thrive on gut busting laughter, digging for truth, dancing in the answers, and making art that embodies all of that. I bring all that I am – homesteader, food preserver, speaker, runner, wife & mom, loyal friend, and master mess-maker to the classrooms where I teach, both brick + mortar and virtual. I spend much of my time elbow-deep in plaster, paint, metal, and wood, creating the images in my head that crave to be born. With plaster on my hands and a paint-covered apron on, I write all about my life and my messy art making on my blog. On my less-messy days, I stand in front of audiences creating art with my words, to bring each listener into a place of solid, fiery confidence in their own creative adventures. You can find me on my blog at stephanielee.typepad.com

PIXIE CAMPBELL
Pixie is a writer, sacred space holder, and mixed-media artist from California, descended from a long line of unruly and wayward people. Her mentors are the wild creatures, and her most important teachers are her two strong and feral children. Read Pixie’s personal journey of art and motherhood at pixiecampbell.com. Browse her Earth Medicine teachings and workshops at soulodge.com.