Rachel Jackson
Women's Studies

Summer Creativity Workshops in Europe and New York

We are all born imaginative, curious, creative, but these qualities can
fade with the passage of time. The Creativity Workshop's aim is to help
people get their imaginations back.

Whether you are a writer, a business person, a teacher, or an artist,
the Workshop can help you discover and nurture your particular way of
expression and break through the fears and blocks that inhibit
creativity. Working with more than 2,000 individuals, businesses, and
institutions since 1993, the Creativity Workshop helps people believe in
and develop their creative process through using a unique series of
exercises in memoir, creative writing, visual arts, sense perception,
brainstorming, and storytelling. Our concentration is on the process of
creativity rather than the product and emphasizes the importance of play
and the sharing of ideas to nurture creative growth.

This summer we have added new 7 and 9 day workshops in Prague, Crete,
London, and New York City! We still have our  very popular summer
workshops in Florence, Barcelona, and Paris as well. Please note that
the Crete and Florence ones are almost full. For those of you who want
to try one of our 2 day mini workshops, we'll be having one in New York
City May 3 and 4. http://www.creativityworkshop.com/newyork.html

See below for the upcoming Europe and New York City Workshops and read
more about the Creativity Workshop: writing, storytelling, drawing, and
personal memoir.

You can also go directly to our extensive informational site:

2003 Calendar and details:

The Creativity Workshop w is dedicated to teaching individuals and
groups about their creative processes and how to use them in all aspects
of their work and lives. The Workshop's goal for participants is refined
creative skills, expanded perception, innovative problem solving,
inspired brainstorming and ways of looking at life as exciting and



New York City May 3 - 4, 2003
2 day week end workshop
Tuition fee: $350

New York City May 24 - 30, 2003 (Memorial Day weekend)
7 day intensive workshop (21 contact hours) Tuition Fee: $1,000


Island of Crete
June 17 - 27, 2003 9 day workshop Tuition Fee: $1,100
Tuition + accommodations packages available from $1,500

June 29- July 9, 2003
9 day workshop Tuition Fee: $1,100
Tuition + accommodations packages available from $1,450


July 10 - 20, 2003 Tuition Fee: $1,100 Tuition +
accommodations packages available from $1,800

July 23 - August 2, 2003 9 day workshop Tuition Fee: $1,100

Tuition + accommodations packages available from $1,500


August 4 - 14, 2003 9 day workshop Tuition Fee: $1,100
Tuition + accommodations packages available from $1,450

August 17 - 23, 2003 5 day workshop (7 sessions) Tuition Fee:
$1,050 Tuition + accommodations packages available from $1,500

If you are interested in reading more about the Workshop, we can send
you some very interesting magazine articles and interviews with the
directors, Shelley Berc and Alejandro Fogel which will give you a deeper
idea about the workshop's techniques, origins, and results.


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