Sat, Apr 30|
Creative Regeneration with Kim Noriega
Infuse your creative life with more joie de vivre, and rekindle your creative fire—that spark of sheer joy with this workshop.
Time & Location
Apr 30, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
About the Event
Regeneration—renewal, restoration, to be returned to a state of vigor especially following damage or loss—or a global pandemic. If you feel depleted and uninspired, or simply want to infuse your creative life with more joie de vivre, the Creative Regeneration process can rekindle your creative fire—that spark of sheer joy.
Creative Regeneration is a unique, four-part process, developed by Dr. Sarah Luczaj. You are likely familiar with some of the components—meditation, Gendlin’s focusing, free-writing, and intuitive painting. Each has value in and of itself. Combined, they have a synergistic impact that is intense, potent, and cumulative.
During this two-hour workshop, Kim Noriega—a certified Creative Regeneration facilitator—will take you through all four components of the process. Additionally, every participant will receive their own Ebook version of Dr. Luczaj’s book, "Creative Regeneration" for continued reference. You will need some supplies on hand for this workshop: whatever you’d like for meditation—a candle, incense, etc; pen and paper for freewriting; and paint—whatever suits you—and paper for the painting component. No knowledge or experience in any art form required to attend.
KIM NORIEGA is the author of "Name Me", the title poem of which was a finalist for the Joy Harjo Poetry Prize. Her work has appeared in textbooks, journals, and anthologies including: American Life in Poetry, Paris-Atlantic, Split Lip, and The Tishman Review. She was the winner of San Miguel Literary Sala’s Flash Nonfiction Prize, a finalist for the Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize, and one of 30 poets selected to collaborate with 30 film artists as a part of the 2018 Visible Poetry Project.
Kim recently retired from a 30-year career with San Diego Public Library as the head of its family literacy program. She is a Teaching Artist and Writing Mentor with the Poetry Barn and President of the Board of Directors for the nonprofit, AIM Higher. She is a certified facilitator of the Creative Regeneration Process and an expert consultant in Family Literacy with the Pacific Library Partnership.
Kim is passionate about writing, teaching, wolf recovery, and the well being of feral cats. She lives in San Diego with her husband, Ernie, and—you guessed it—a clowder of cats. For more about Kim’s work and her offerings visit kimnoriega.com.
After you register, you will receive an "admission ticket" with the zoom link information on it.
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