Date(s) - 04/26/2019
6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Show & Tell Me More: A Showcase of Creativity. All forms of creative expression are welcome. Each presenter will have 15 minutes to share their process and their work and then receive feedback from the audience in a supportive and encourage setting.
This is a free event, and donations at the door to offset the cost of the space are appreciated. Filtered water and tea will be provided, and we encourage people to bring a vegetarian snack to share! The idea garden aims to be as zero waste as possible- please eliminate or minimize any single use disposable items. Bring your own, or we have glasses, dishes, and silverware on site.
Show and Tell Me More is a space for artists and creators to form and inform our community. It is an opportunity to share not only what you’ve created, but the way in which you create it – how the process shapes and gives meaning to the art. It is a way to witness one another in creation, for creativity to thrive in numbers. As we encourage our fellow artists to give us their unique perspective, we learn from and are inspired by them.
SIGN UP for a slot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person 30 min. BEFORE show time. Slots are up to 15 minutes long.
SHARE YOUR ART: Of any medium (performance, visual, spoken word, dance, crafts, project ideas, anything that is creative for you!) Works in progress are welcomed! This is a safe and encouraging space to venture forth, to try something new, to dig something up you’ve had for a while, anything you choose to be seen and witnessed.
SHARE YOUR PROCESS: What is your connection to your piece, the story of its creation? This gives dimension to your creativity and gives the rest of us context and a deeper understanding of who you are.
REQUEST FEEDBACK: Critique and/or discussion from the circle is a huge part of the learning process. Take what you find useful, appreciate and let the rest go.
And if you choose not to show… come and be a part of the discussion, feedback, and rich nourishment of the creative arts in this community!