A creative escape is a little time-out-of-time that you carve from your schedule to devote to running away TO your art!
A creative escape is like getting away for a romantic weekend with your lover—except in this case your lover is your creative nature. It’s the chance to fall back in love with art, music, poetry, and silence: all the important things!
Pencil in one day every few weeks to get away from your usual routine and re-experience your love of art!
Your day away is a good idea whether you are stalled or whether you are working productively on a project. If you’re stalled, your escape will help you unblock. If you’re working hard, it will provide a breath of fresh air.
You might spend the day out walking, looking at walls. Walls evoke deep feelings. Or go where there’s live music. Listen. Get lost in the music. When you get back home, dive right into your current creative project!
Your creative escape can be at home, with a new art book, at the local lake or museum, or a long drive away, to a forest that inspires you or a mountain glen that moves you. Bring poetry; or be poetry!
If you can’t take your work with you because you do studio work that can’t travel, then just bring a camera, sketchbook, notebook or tablet. The idea is that you aren’t fleeing, abandoning, or avoiding your work but rather that you are recharging your batteries while staying connected to your art. I’m sure you can figure out the details—and your creative nature will appreciate the adventure!
The next creativity coaching trainings begin February 15. There’s an introduction to creativity coaching training and an advanced creativity coaching training (and you can take both at once). Perfect for coaches looking for a niche or specialty, folks interested in becoming a creativity coach, and artists (in any genre) interested in learning self-coaching principles and techniques.
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