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The Spotlight Workshops: Cultivate Your Creativity
Sat, September 23, 2017, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
Cultivating Your Creativity
This class will give you all the insights and tools you need to get that breakthrough to become more creative! The workshop is designed to help develop you as a creative person in art and life by overcoming creativity blocks, cultivating inspiration to create, and growing in creativity.
Who should attend: Writers, Directors, Actors, Producers, Production Designers, Cinematographers, and everyone who is involved in any creative process.
Requirements: Pen & paper, or notetaking tools.
By the end of this class you'll be able to:
- Understand fundamental principles of creativity,
- Apply various methods of creativity in art, and
- Apply creative thinking in life and living.
Instructor: Brian S. Chan has done a number of other workshops for The Greenhouse's Spotlight Workshops, including Beauty in Story and Understanding the Minds of Heroes & Villains in Story. He is a professor at Biola University, teaching on a philosophy of beauty, has a doctorate in philosophy, has been a judge for the 168 Film Festival for the past three years, and is the author of the book, The Purple Curtain, as well as his first novel, Not Easily Broken, which was published in 2015 by Curious Books. He also has been an exhibiting visual artist for several years in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, Chicago, Dallas, and Los Angeles, and he runs a Wing Chun Kung Fu studio in Hollywood.
Space is limited, and you must register ahead of time, so sign up today!
Are there ID requirements to enter the event?
The good folks at the CBS Security Gate will need to see a government-issued photo ID to match with your name on the list we give them, so make sure you register here and bring your driver's license or passport with you.
What are my parking options getting to the event?
The security personnel will instruct you on where to park when you arrive. This will be based on what other things are happening on the lot that day, so make sure you arrive early enough to walk from where they have you park to MPR-6, the room we will be in that morning. You can ask the security personnel for a map of the lot when you arrive so you can find the building easily. Please do not park on the streets in the neighborhood around the studio lot.