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Creative Workspace

A 12-Week Collaboration between

THE NEST & JENNA BEAN VEATCH

Part art-making class, part creative project accountability group, Creative Workspace is for artists and wannabe artists of all disciplines. This is not a technique class. Nope. Technique is useful, but it's not the thing that lights Jenna's fire. Ideas are what really get her going.

Through weekly assignments and in-class exercises, we explore a million different ways to spark imagination, and we dig into questions like, “What do I want to say with my art?” “What do I want to be putting into the world?” and “How can I use art to respond to what's going on around me or process what I'm experiencing?”

Wanna know what to expect?

  • The goal in the first 6 weeks is just to be productive, and to let our internal editors rest. 

  • For the second 6 weeks, each person will choose one project or piece to focus on and develop for our final showing, with the help of constructive feedback from the group.

  • The 12 weeks will culminate in a final showing for invited guests.

Ticketing

$150-$450 - Registration is sliding scale to support equitable access.

 

Interested in a payment plan? Great... drop us a line and we'll get you set up: veatchorama@hotmail.com.

 

Wanna try it out first? There's a $20 preview class on January 10! To register...sign up HERE!

Interview with
Creative Workspace Creator

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ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:

Hi! I'm Jenna Bean Veatch.

I'm a multi-disciplinary performing artist and queer single-mama-by-choice who has been accused of creating “pure, unadulterated, heart-stopping whimsy.” (Thanks, Bret Fetzer.)

I've made dance-theater shows, stop-action animation, music, written work, prompts, pants, community gatherings, and one gorgeous little human. I'm also the creator and host of The Not-Creepy Gathering for People Who Want to Fall In Love, a participatory event designed to facilitate connection and spread love.

My work has been supported by Artist Trust, 4Culture, the Seattle Mayor's Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, and the Bossak/Heilbron Charitable Foundation. I hold an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts & Creative Inquiry from the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Wanna know more about Jenna? Check out www.jbeanveatch.com.

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