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The Salvage Creator's Workshop: Defining Your Creative Process

The Salvage

Saturday, January 13, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST)

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Have you ever felt stuck at your starting point? Where does the creative process begin - and, does it really ever end? Join The Salvage team on January 13 for an afternoon of dreaming up, developing, reinforcing, and cherishing your individual creative processA panel on what "the creative process" even means will be facilitated by The Salvage Editor Elizabeth, joined by special guests in various creative fields.

A creative process is integral to personal and project development. This workshop will challenge you to go beyond and dig deeper into where it all begins - YOU! Once we've answered the hard questions, the real work can begin. Join The Salvage team for an evening of dreaming, developing, reinforcing, and cherishing a creative process that's individual to you. 

In this workshop, we will explore what it takes to have an inspiring, productive, and soothing creative process, delive into research on the 14 components of the creative process, and talk about the creative process as self-care.

Whether you have an established creative process, are brand new to the idea, or want to amplify your path, this workshop is for you. The experience is not not limited to artists only - even project managers, doctors, and business owners have a creative process worth exploring. 

IMPORTANT THINGS TO NOTE:

This is a collaborative experience, with a quick introduction to begin and a networking opportunity during the break. Bring your business cards! 

**PHOTOS WILL BE TAKEN AT THIS EVENT.**

Light refreshments will be served - please let us know of any allergies beforehand.

Regrettably, Shecosystem is not an accessible venue for mobility devices. There are quite a few steps to get to the space. 

WORKSHOP FACILITATOR: ELIZABETH BURNS

Elizabeth Burns is a creator from Toronto. She has published a couple of poetry chapbooks and has had some poetry and personal essays appear in print, online, and in person. Since 2014, she has curated and hosted Toronto’s most hurricane-like reading and performance art series, outrageous. She graduated from York University with a Specialist Honors, Bachelor of Arts in English, studying under some of the country’s most influential in Canadian Poetry and Poetics and Critical/Cultural Theory. With over 5 years of communications and brand strategy experience, Elizabeth is now growing an impressive portfolio in construction and ecommerce project management with a globally recognized brand. 

Her lifelong interest in art, paired with a love of creating and leading communities of likeminded individuals and a now-hard-to-believe lack of consideration for structure lead her to the creation of The Salvage. Elizabeth seeks to elevate her workshops by infusing them with real-life experience and empathy. 

 


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Shecosystem Coworking & Wellness
703 Bloor St West
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1L5
Canada

Saturday, January 13, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST)


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The Salvage

Based in Toronto, Canada, The Salvage is a collective dedicated to the creative process and the practice of being human.

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