August 7, 2016 - August 7, 2016
In addition to writing books on creativity and surface design, Jane Dunnewold teaches and lectures internationally, and has mounted numerous one person exhibitions, including Inspired by the Masters (Visions Quilt Museum 2016). She is the former President of the Surface Design Association.
This lecture is an entertaining overview of the concepts in Jane Dunnewold's book Creative Strength Training: Prompts, Exercises and Stories to Encourage Artistic Genius.
• Defining creative stamina
• Cultivating the inner Rebel Artist
• Dismantling the Committee
• What makes work distinctive
• What is alignment and how do we find it
• Discovering grace through acts of making
The lecture will be accompanied by a trunk show featuring books, and one of a kind art cloth items.
Open to SAQA members and the public. Tickets are $10 each ($12 at the door, space permitting).
Sunday, August 7th, from 1pm - 4pm at the Willamette Heritage Center, Salem, Oregon.
For more information, contact Georgia French, firstname.lastname@example.org