Using the Tools of Creative Writing, Memoir, Art, Photography, Storytelling and Mindfulness


What to Bring

What to Bring

Wear comfortable clothes. Some exercises are done best when you sit on the floor, if you can do so. You may want to bring a mat or towel to lie on.

You need to bring the following materials:
1. For ‘show and tell’: an object that has great importance to you, preferably from your childhood or something representative of it.
2. A large artists’ sketchbook or pad, spiral bound, with absolutely no lines on the paper, approximately 11 x 14 inches (27 x 35 cm).
3. A small artists’ sketchbook or pad, spiral bound, with absolutely no lines on the paper, approximately 4 x 6 inches (10 x 15 cm).
4. Some black lead pencils with which to draw.
5. A set of colored pencils (also crayons if you wish).
6. An eraser.
7. A glue stick.
8. A pencil sharpener, with shavings receptacle.
9. A pair of paper scissors (don’t pack them in your carry-on luggage).

Please bring all the requested materials on the first day of classes.

Tamir Greenberg
Tamir Greenberg, Award Winning Poet and Playwright, Tel Aviv, Israel
“The workshop went beyond my expectations. It really helped me to listen to my instincts and emotions again. I hope to take it again soon.”
Craig Trickey
Managing Director, Victoria Keyboard Academy, Gisborne, Australia
“After denying my creative side for many years, this workshop was the perfect way to get the juices flowing again. It is helping me rekindle my pass...
Patricia Lancaster
Ph.D. Dean Emerita of the Hamilton Holt School and Professor Emerita of French, Rollins College, FL
“A perfect blend of relaxation and stimulation. The assignments fostered discovery and creativity, yet left us plenty of time to enjoy the wonders o...