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Thu, Oct 19


Sessions: Oct 19, Nov 2, Nov 16

Fall Reset: An Intro to Creativity with Andrea Slusarski

Visual journaling workshop series to strengthen your creative practice with Professor Slu: Oct 19, Nov 2, Nov 16

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Fall Reset: An Intro to Creativity with Andrea Slusarski
Fall Reset: An Intro to Creativity with Andrea Slusarski


Oct 19, 2023, 4:00 PM PDT – Nov 16, 2023, 6:00 PM PST

Sessions: Oct 19, Nov 2, Nov 16


What is creativity? How do we cultivate more of it?

Creativity is a vast and wide subject, and yet it mystifies many. But if we can better understand how it works, we can better put it into practice. 

This special 3-part series has been developed by artist and art educator Andrea Slusarski to help deepen our understanding of creativity, and is designed for anyone interested in the inner working of the creative process. Consider it like a college-level course but interspersed with visual art and reflections!

Whether you're an artist, an educator, or simply creativity-curious, this course helps you to better tap into creative process and begin to make new creative connections to the world around you. 


  • SESSION 1: What is Creativity? The Psychology of Creativity, October 19 // 4-6 PM PT
  • SESSION 2: The Creative Process, Part One, November 2 // 4-6 PM PT
  • SESSION 3: The Creative Process, Part Two, November 16 // 4-6 PM PT

Course Objectives:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of creativity through the study of psychology and personal reflection.
  • Build your visual journaling practice and habits through creative prompts and community.
  • Strengthen your creative connection through developing awareness of your creative process.

What to Expect:

  • 3 bi-weekly seminars by Psychology of Creativity professor and visual artist Andrea Slusarski 
  • Creative Exercises: we’ll be engaging together on focused exercises to incorporate into your own journaling practice.
  • Encouragement to dig deeper into your creative practice to strengthen your habits and studio practices.
  • Access to Professor Slu's online classroom,  a hub for questions and connections with fellow course participants. Inclues regular creative reminders, workshop presentations, and workshop recordings. 


Please prepare with:

  • Sketchbook (Visual Journal)                                                  
    • Recommendation; Stillman and Birn Alpha Series Sketchbooks
    • Drawing Utensils; Pencils, Pens, Ruler, Eraser
    • Color Medium; Colored Pencils, Markers, Watercolor, i.e.
    • Collage Tools; Sharp edge (scissors or exacto blade), Magazines/Images, Adhesives (tape, glue dots, glue stick)
    • Recommend keeping all the supplies together in a packable kit - helpful for habit building!


This workshop series is capped at 12 participants to keep it intimate and interactive with plenty of space for sharing and engaging. 

We have a select number of scholarships available for queer and/or BIPOC writers or anyone currently facing financial hardship. Please email if that's you. These are available on a first come, first serve basis.

About Andrea Slusarski

Andrea “Slu” (she/her) is an artist and educator from Denver, Colorado. Fascinated by how learning is impacted by Creativity, her art and teaching processes are fueled by this curious study. Whether in creating or riding, Andrea connects her various “flow experiences” through her plein air sketchbook drawings, snowboarding, studio collaborations, and sharing Creativity with her students. Deeply inspired by these landscapes, she uses her voice to inspire others to embrace what makes them Creative & to get outside and PLAY! 

Follow Andrea: Website + Instagram


**This class requires a minimum number of participants to happen. If we do not make that minimum you will be fully refunded. 

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