The Creative Catalyst Series features 90 minute workshops on the first and third Tuesdays of each month led by PYE facilitators from around the world!
9am Seattle / Vancouver | 11am Bogota |12pm Toronto | 1pm Rio de Janeiro | 5pm London | 7pm Cape Town | 9:30pm Bangalore; or, visit a time zone conversion clock to determine the start time in your area.
Studies show that creative expression reduces stress and trauma, increases the immune response, and fosters personal well being and group connection. Each Creative Catalyst workshop demonstrates how to use creative expression for your own well being as well as to deepen the impact of any work you may do with groups of youth or adults, online or in person. No previous experience is required to benefit from these workshops.
By participating, you can expect to:
REGISTER: You need to register to receive the Zoom link for the workshop. See the list of offerings to get registered.
FEE: The Creative Catalyst Workshops got its start thanks to a grant from the Garneau Nicon Family Foundation in Seattle, as well as support from participants like you. To ensure continued equal access to this training opportunity, we have established a Sliding Scale registration fee structure in which you choose an amount that aligns with your level of privilege or systemic barriers. The actual cost per person is $15.00 USD. No refunds (Payment Policy).
PLATFORM: Zoom – You will need a good internet connection, a webcam, speakers and a microphone in order to fully participate. You do not have to have a Zoom account to participate.
FORMAT: All of our workshops are experiential and interactive. You will spend time with the facilitator in the large group, as well as, time to reflect in small groups with folks from around the world. When participating, plan to stay online during breakout groups (and, ideally for the whole workshop!) as coming late or leaving the session early will disrupt the activities.
Providing invaluable guidance and support to the facilitators and participants in these workshops is Devon Little. Devon works as a facilitator, trainer and mediator guided by the values of community, social justice and dignity. Her long-time studies in the arts inspire her to use artistic mediums to help participants cultivate personal awareness, effective communication, and leadership skills.
The Creative Catalyst Series brings the practice of creative expression to you wherever you are in the world.
This program got it’s start due to the generous support from the Garneau Nicon Family Foundation and participants like you.
We appreciate any donations you give to support these workshops. Thank you!
To see the complete list of trainings offered by Partners for Youth Empowerment, see our Schedule.
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