The creativity training we provide uses the tools of creative writing, memoir, art, photography, storytelling, mapmaking, and guided visualization.
New York, New York (PRWEB) October 28, 2013
Officials with The Creativity Workshop announced today that it will host a two-day, all day workshop in Singapore on Nov. 15-16.
Ceci Glusman, spokesperson for The Creativity Workshop, said the Weekend Intensive Workshop will meet each day from 9:30 AM to 5 PM.
Class will take place at the Grand Pacific Hotel, a four-star hotel with a strategic location that, according to hotel officials, provides guests the accessibility and convenience of experiencing the wide array of shopping, culture, and entertainment Singapore has to offer. The site is close to cultural venues such as the Esplanade and Little India, as well as shopping areas such as Bugis Street and Orchard Road.
As for the workshop, Glusman explained that The Creativity Workshop in Singapore will help participants become more creative in their personal and professional lives.
“The creativity training we provide uses the tools of creative writing, memoir, art, photography, storytelling, mapmaking, and guided visualization,” Glusman stressed before adding, “Participants come from many different countries and professional fields, including business, education, psychology, the sciences, and the arts.”
Glusman went on to point out that those who register for the workshop will learn a variety of practical techniques to stimulate the imagination and innovative thinking.
The company spokeswoman noted that participants will explore the process of creativity, rather than simply focusing on the product, all the while discovering how to find inspiration in the world around them.
“You’ll get over creative blocks and the fear of failure,” Glusman said.
When it comes to having fun and inspiration, Glusman said Singapore has a lot to offer.
“Opportunities for inspiration and discovery abound in this thriving international city, whether you use your free time to visit the historic Chinese Heritage Museum, go to the beach, share breakfast with an orangutan at the renowned zoological gardens, or have a proper Victorian high tea at the elegant Raffles Hotel,” Glusman said. “The techniques we explore in this creativity course will sharpen your appreciation of Singapore, and the sounds and sights of this multicultural city will surely feed your creative work in class.”
For more information, please visit: http://www.creativityworkshop.com/singapore.html.
About The Creativity Workshop
The Creativity Workshop is based in New York City and is taught around the world.
The Creativity Workshop was established in 1993 by educator and writer Shelley Berc and multimedia artist Alejandro Fogel. The organization is dedicated to teaching individuals and groups about creative processes. For more information, please visit: creativityworkshop.com/business.htm and creativityworkshop.com/educators.
The Creativity Workshop
One Columbus Place
40th Floor Suite N40F
New York, NY 10019
Tel: (212) 203-3252
Source: The Creativity Workshop