Sat, Apr 29|
The Artist at Play with Sara McMahon
Bring your whole self to the creative process through games and exercises that encourage tapping into our bodies and intuition
Apr 29, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
“Play touches and stimulates vitality, awakening the whole person- mind, body, intelligence,
— Viola Spolin
This workshop focuses on bringing our whole selves to the creative process through games and exercises that help us tap into our bodies and intuition. Improv is an empathy-based art form, first created by women to engage children and those on the margins. We will be making space for that empathy toward ourselves to show up in our work.
- A sketchbook
- A journal (can also use your sketchbook if you don’t mind writing practices in your
- Your favorite writing implement
- Any artistic supplies you feel most comfortable with!
- Clothes you can move in and a beverage to enjoy.
About Sara McMahon
Sara Carmer McMahon is a graduate of The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, NYC, and a company member and teacher at Unexpected Productions, Seattle. She's also an applied improv facilitator who specializes in teaching listening skills, playfulness, empathy, connectedness, and overcoming fear of failure. She is also a papercut artist, handcutting her illustrations. Most recently she created and illustrated The Playdate Deck, a 65-card deck of Two-Person improv-based games designed to increase connection, playfulness, and relationship resilience.
Reserve a spot
+$0.88 service fee
+$0.88 service fee0