Workshop: Art and the Mind – Focus and Vision

Workshop: Art and the Mind – Focus and Vision

This Deadline Expired: Thursday, June 15, 2017

Art and the Mind: Focus and Vision Workshop with Jessica Doyle
Sunday, June 25, 2017: 9AM – 2PM 

It’s all about creation.

Discover the reasons behind your creativity and how to move forward in your life with it.

Partner with other forward-thinking artists and make a plan that allows you to create what you want through your art and vision.

1: Introduction and Thinking Bigger
2: Self-Discipline and Integrity
3: Thinking Creatively
4: Believing in and Being Yourself
5: Business ideas for your Artwork or Writing
6: Taking Action
7: Implementation and Accountability: Plans and techniques for staying motivated and taking action after the workshop

Clearing any blocks, figuring out why you’re doing what you’re doing, setting your goals, developing and validating your idea.

RSVP by June 15 to jessica@jessicadoylestudio.com
Price: $297 (includes textbook and workbook upon arrival)
Early bird price: $200 by June 10

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Location:

Jessica Doyle, PhD
Crane Arts Studio
1400 North American Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122

Email to sign up or for more information:
jessica@jessicadoylestudio.com

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