Guild Again Closes Its Doors for Regular Hours
but Continues Online Offerings and Visits by Appointment
Our August online offering, “Exploring the Unconscious Source of Creativity” is scheduled for August 27, 28, and 29. Registration is still open for this unique class that will offer experiential openings into sometimes untapped areas of our creativity. Get more information and register here.
Small group live events and new Zoom events will happen as we continue to Grow Creative Community in this challenging time. Our small live events will be either invitation-only or 1st-come-first-served for a limited capacity. Moving into our unknown future, we will continue to innovate, focusing on Zoom’s potential to expand our “Growing Creative Community” initiative and creating special small in-person events that can be held safely. We will also be exploring other avenues and skills that will enable us and individual creatives to share more broadly – radio, pod casting, live streaming, film and video, and beyond.
Watch for the fruits of our creative programming such as Angela Franklin’s Intro to Eco-Printing class coming up on September 11 & 12. Future offerings may range from a classic class in watercolor, to a course in effective filming, to a class in assemblage sculpture to an evening of storytelling. If you have ideas for programming, please submit a proposal here!
As our President, Joyce Abrams, says, “Expanding and deepening our connections with one another may be the single most important focus of our time.” We hope all Guild members will join in that effort, in whatever ways your creativity suggests. And, we invite everyone, near and far, to join with us in that endeavor.
We will open our Gallery & Art Center doors on a regular schedule as soon as safely possible. But in the meantime, COVID-19 continues to challenge our creativity and our commitment to MOVE FORWARD. Watch us or join us as we meet that challenge.