All that you touch, you change. All that you change, changes you. – Octavia Butler
Creativity is not reserved for the professional artist. Creativity is a means to meeting our individual and collective challenges. It helps to weave connection and community. We are all creative. In a world with serious social and environmental challenges, the need for creative solutions is paramount. The arts can cultivate creative connection, vulnerability, and resilience; catalyzing deep and lasting shifts in individuals, workplaces, and communities.
Khari McClelland, ever talented artist and facilitator at Hollyhock’s Activate and Social Change Institute 2018 conferences, is joining forces with Rebekka Goldsmith, a professional singer, group facilitator, and coach. Together they weave their voices towards collective action. Get a taste in this video:
Join them in their upcoming program this September, Create to Liberate. Explore music, visual art, writing, movement, and play to imagine and expand individual and collective creativity in order to live a more empowered, joyful, connected, and fulfilling life. Whether you’re working on self development or working with groups this program will give you skills to deepen your practice. Designed for the novice and sage alike.