Celebrating National Arts & Humanities Month

The Art of Perspective presents a special arts discussion in celebration of
National Arts & Humanities Month October 2016

"Released" by Elizabeth Diane Martin
“Released” by Elizabeth Diane Martin; oil.

A discussion: How unconscious behavior
reveals creativity

October 18, 2016
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
at the Carnegie Reading Room
of the Penrose Library
20 N. Cascade Ave. Colorado Springs, Colorado 80901

Explore the deepest sources of our creativity with Elizabeth Diane Martin of The Art of Perspective, author of “The Complete Artist.”

1. The Discussion – “How unconscious behavior reveals creativity,” begins with a presentation of how each of five artists typifies a particular dynamic. In “The Complete Artist,” written by workshop host Elizabeth Diane Martin, five artists are presented as examples of creative behavior. Hear the introduction produced in the Citizen Journalism program at the Tim Gill Center for PBS.

2. In Practice – Using the examples of these artists, the idea of unconscious – unplanned and intuitive behavior – will be posed as the basis of our natural creativity.
3. Q&A – Some or all of the artists interviewed in “The Complete Artist” will be present, as well as two professional counselors who have experience with The Cycle of Unconscious Response. Attendees are invited to ask questions and engage in conversation with the panel.