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Collaborate with the unknown…
 

Creative Dream Work offers access to the rich and undiscovered content of the unconscious allowing artists of all disciplines to create more authentic work.
 

 
 

 

UPCOMING OFFERINGS

 

 

Creative Practice

Please join us for an immersive afternoon of creative exploration.


Working privately within the group container, we will drop in and creatively encounter and express material from the unconscious.  


Led by Kim Gillingham


Friday, June 14
12:00pm – 4:30pm

 

 

Writing from the Unconscious

Unearth new ways of approaching written work by making contact with the unconscious.


Each class will explore a different element of writing, be it dialoguing with character, exploring an environment, or working with an object/symbol. Explore a nascent idea or a life’s work. Writers and artists at all stages of writing projects are welcome. Limited to an intimate group of 7 practitioners.


Led by Amanda Lovejoy Street


Tuesday, June 25
7:00pm – 10:00pm

 

The Loft Sessions

Open and explore.


For those who prefer working in a smaller group — The Loft Sessions offer a grounded space to experiment with different ways to make contact with the unconscious and rouse your soul. Limited to an intimate group of 7 practitioners.


Led by Amanda Lovejoy Street


Wednesday, June 19
7:00pm – 10:00pm

 

A Morning of Dream Work

A simple, Saturday way to open your body, imagination and dreams.


Wake up and dream work. Come to a Saturday morning practice that will include a still-point drop in, guidance through mat work exploration of your dream images, and ample time to bring your findings into creative expression with art supplies and writing.


Led by Kim Gillingham


Saturday, June 29
11:00am – 2:00pm

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

"Now is the moment to develop and commit yourself. For we are getting nearer and nearer to the subconscious and the more subtle our work, the better conditioned our physical instrument must be to express it. The work you are doing is difficult, impossible, essential.”

— KONSTANTIN STANISLAVSKI