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Using Julia Cameron’s book “The Artist’s Way,” explore creativity through discussion, journaling and a series of activities that open the door to more creative living.
Everyone is creative, but not everyone easily expresses it. Julia Cameron’s book “The Artist’s Way,” opens the door to getting back in touch with the expressive, imaginative part of yourself. “We hunger for what might be called creative living—an expanded sense of creativity in our business lives, in sharing with our children, our spouse, our friends,” she writes in her groundbreaking book. With “The Artist’s Way” as its guide, this six-week course includes journaling, conversation and class participation. Engage in a series of small, creative acts that open you to the vast world of your imagination through morning pages, artist’s dates, synchronicity and wish lists.
Karleen Koen is author of the New York Times bestseller “Through a Glass Darkly.” Her most recent novel, “Before Versailles,” was included among the best historical fiction picks by The Library Journal. A longtime writer and award-winning editor, she has served as editor of Houston Home and Garden magazine, and as both a managing editor and director of editorial services at the University of Houston. Ms. Koen teaches for the Writers’ League of Texas and has been a writer-in-residence at the Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico. Her other novels are “Now Face to Face” and “Dark Angels.”
Term: Fall 2017
Start Date: Sept. 19, 2017
End Date: Oct. 24, 2017
Schedule: 7–9 p.m.
Length: Six Tuesdays
Location: Rice campus
Rice Alumni: $248
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RECOMMENDED TEXT: “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron, new or used, ISBN: 1-58542-146-4 (paperback). Chapters are divided into weeks. The instructor recommends reading the first two weeks, including “The Basic Tools,” prior to the start of the course and bringing a notebook to the first class.