The Artist's Way Six-week Workshop in Asheville
January 29 - March 5, 2019 • 7-9 PM • Tuesdays • 261 Asheland Avenue.
Hi, James Navé here. Thank you for interest in The Artist’s Way. I hope you can join us.
During this workshop, you'll learn how to use the ideas in The Artist’s Way to help you break through your creative blocks and dig into your 2019 creative projects.
No matter whether you're new to The Artist's Way or you've been working with The Artist's Way for many years, this six-week workshop will: 1) Deepen your creative awareness; 2) Energize your artistic purpose; 3) Connect you to other dynamic creative people; 4) and help you set your artistic goals for 2019.
Join us this January in Asheville. If you have questions or would like to talk to me directly, please send me a text at (919) 949-2113 and I’ll answer right back. Or email by clicking the blue button below
I look forward to hearing from you. Limit 27. Register today. Your tuition is 285. Payment plans are available.
Julia Cameron, author of The Artist's Way says:
"James Navé and I have worked together for over 20 years. He is a passionate traveler and a compassionate companion to those he meets. His work as a writer, storyteller, teacher, and exemplar is an important force for change."
For an overview of The Artist's Way, listen to this Twice 5 Miles Radio conversation Julia Cameron and I had one afternoon at her home in Santa Fe.
Thanks for being a part of The Artist's Way community. I look forward to hearing from you and working with you.
I hope you can join us.
Can’t make the spring workshop. Try a private Artist's Way coaching.
The first session is always free.
Call or text (919) 949-2113 or email by clicking the blue button the yellow truck.
What about the yellow truck?
When Julia and I were hosting the Artist's Way Creativity Camps at the San Geronimo Lodge in Taos, New Mexico, we painted images on silk then gave them to fabric artist Jo Dean Tipton. Two days later, Jo Dean would return with her yellow pickup truck full of creativity pillows. I'll bet there are still a few creativity pillows sitting on old couches beside big windows.