The Artist’s Way Workshop

Motivation. Accountability.
A safe place to share.

The Artist’s Way Workshop

Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way celebrated 30 years (and more than 3 million copies sold) in 2022.

This 12-week process stands the test of time
because it works; it connects us to our creativity.

But it is so hard to keep up the pace, unless you have support, encouragement, and other people you can rely on to show up and hold you accountable.

That’s where this workshop comes in.
 In our weekly Zoom sessions, we hold one another accountable for completing the tasks Cameron has laid out in each chapter. We recap Artist Dates, affirm the value of the Morning Pages, and discuss the thoughts, feelings, and memories,
as well as the ah-ha moments, that came up
as we completed each task during the week.

Wednesday nights, September 6 through November 29, 2023

Payment Plan: 4 payments in 8 weeks

As your coach, I listen with an ear to how I can help you continue to open up your creativity.

You are not alone when the workshop ends.

When the final set of tasks are behind us and the workshop is over, some of us will know exactly what to do next, while others, maybe you, will be less sure. It’s nice to know you can continue to explore outlets for your creativity and be supported as you nurture your budding creative habit and strengthen your creative identity. For those who want them, I am full of ideas, beginning with a bunch of free stuff I offer through my online writing community, To Live & Write … Wherever You Are, and some paid stuff I offer as a writing + creativity coach.

The Artist’s Way Workshop, as I lead it, tends to center on writers and the writing life. However, all creatives are welcome and celebrated. This process is for every artist, after all.

As with all my workshops, The Artist’s Way Workshop is a safe place. You are only ever asked to share what you are comfortable sharing, all sharing is private and confidential within the group, and we respect and celebrate diversity–excluding hate speech and disrespectful behavior.

The fee includes The Artist Way book, The Artist’s Way Workbook, 13 live, interactive meetings on Zoom, and membership in a private Facebook group.

The Sharkyfish Scholarship Fund is available to meet the needs of BIPOC, LGBTQ, and senior members of the To Live & Write … Wherever You Are community. Membership in this community is free. For information, email [email protected]

I am a coach, and while this process may feel therapeutic, this workshop is not a form of therapy and I am not qualified to act as a therapist. As your writing + creativity coach, my focus is on helping you discover, establish, and nurture your creative habits and creative identity.

Thirteen weeks is a serious commitment, and you may find life gets in the way of one or two meetings. We will take notes and keep you in the loop to the best of our ability and keep each other up to date in the Facebook group. For 13 weeks, and as far into the future as you would like to keep it alive, the Facebook group is your safe place to connect, explore, reach out, and appreciate each other’s journey.

Julia Cameron relies heavily on her beliefs in a Christian God, and that is reflected in much of the text. Please know that our workshop neither rejects nor embraces her beliefs. However, this is a spiritual journey–in that we reach outside as well as inside ourselves for growth, inspiration, and self-realization.

Payment Plan: 4 payments of $62.50 in 8 weeks

Space is very limited; sign up now.