Wave Pencil Bone: Conjuring Creativity
Date: February 27 2013 5:00pm - 8:00pm Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
WavePencilBone teaches a set of innovative practices that help conjure creativity in individuals and in groups. Participants learn to use sound, writing, drawing, and movement in combination, and to arrive at spontaneous creative revelations as a result. The exercises are simple, unpredictable, and at times profound.
This workshop is fun and sociable, and the techniques can be taken to the classroom, the home, or the workplace.
Past participants are saying…
“I was inspired over and over. Very active learning and brainstorming.”
“Great ideas - just when I needed them!”
“The most valuable aspect of this workshop was the experiential learning - each lesson was experienced by participants.”
“It was a bonding experience.”
Read an interview with David discussing the origins and ideas behind this workshop
This workshop is part of our 2012-2013 Workshop Series.
Complimentary coffee and tea will be served.
Online registration has closed. You may register onsite for this workshop.
Instructor: David Lochtie
About the Instructor
David Lochtie is a visual artist, writer, and educator. He experiments in hybrid art forms: visual depictions of music, object poetry, word/image combinations, and drawing with the body. David has taught art and the humanities in public schools since 1990 and been included in more than two-dozen exhibitions of artwork in the Pacific Northwest. Visit www.davidlochtie.com for more about David and his work.
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