Fresh for Fargo/Moorhead this spring, Workerby is offering three workshops at the APT Creative Incubator, thanks to our friends at The Arts Partnership.
You’ve honed your creative skills, but maybe there’s something holding you back from your creative goals. Perhaps you don’t even know what your goals are now that you have the art/music/theater degree and you are on your own. Or quite possibly you want to pick up a new skill or return to one and you’re backed up in doubt.
Introducing a workshop series for artists and creative entrepreneurs by Anna Lee of Workerby (pronounced worker-bee), which was founded on the principle that not only is there honor in a job well done, but there is importance and respect in every task required to make something happen. Each workshop is set up to build skills for the creative mind and take some of the mystery away from finding success as a creative beings.
Workshops are each 2 hours and involve guided meditation, group discussions, and tangible solutions for tackling your creative hurdles. Located at 225 4th Ave North in Fargo, ND.
Cost 20$ per workshop or 50$ for all three.
Perfectionism Paralysis (and the role of anxiety in the creative process)
Tuesday, May 16th 6-8pm
It has happened to all of us- we wait until the last minute to finish a project. Or more common, we never start a project that has been on our mind forever. It's a creative roller coaster ride that everyone has been on, but not everyone has gained control of. Yet.
In this workshop, we will discuss the cycles of the creative process and learn tools to take tailored approach to making our creative ideas a reality.
Tuesday, May 30th 6-8pm
Anyone who has worked on a project for free or has collaborated with other creatives with no monetary exchange can tell you that there are some projects that pay dividends beyond what money can offer...and some that leave you depleted and resentful.
Learn about the different forms of currency beyond money (although money is SUPER important), how to become aware of the ways you are spending that currency, and make a budget for your creative process that will empower you to determine if that “exposure” is actually worth it. (hint: every once in a while it is)