What do I need to bring?
Just yourself. In comfortable clothing. Pants you can move around in. Flat shoes. Something that you can move freely is - whatever that looks like for you. There will be a lunch break and Chapel St is close by, however, if you would like to bring your own lunch, you are more than welcome. All of the other equipment is provided by us (and yes, there will be things to take home)
What can I expect to be doing?
This is a course in discovering where your creativity lies, it is not specifically an 'art' course or 'writing' course - although each of these will be looked at. You can be at any level. You do NOT need experience in anything but being human. This is very much about learning from yourself and our aim is to explore what creativity is, what it can do for you, how it works for you and how you can continue on doing it.
Who is Trudi Boatwright?
With almost two decades in the field of arts, facilitation and teaching, Trudi is a pursuer of creativity. With work as an actor, producer, theatre maker, facilitator and teacher, she has experience in the use of communication and arts to create Joy. Trained in acting on a scholarship in London, she then travelled to the U.S. to study the art of play and used this knowledge to teach ages 3-70. With 4 years experience working within the Childrens hospital as a Captain Starlight. She has a deep seeded belief that everyone has creativity in them - it is purely becoming equipped with the tools to know how to use it.
How do I find out the answer to any more questions that I have?
Just ask. We're human like you - and we are happy to talk to you. Write to us here
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