The Creativity Workshop to Offer Summer Workshops as Learning Vacations

One of the world’s longest-running experiential creativity workshops will hold a variety of summer workshops in 2013 for people who not only want to develop their creative potential but also wish to embark upon a learning vacation.

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Our workshops are being held in some of the world's most inspiring and fascinating cities, making them the perfect choice for people who want to combine education with sightseeing and relaxation.

New York, New York (PRWEB) April 18, 2013

Officials with The Creativity Workshop announced today that it will host at least six summer workshops across the globe, between June and August.

Ceci Glusman, spokesperson for The Creativity Workshop, said that these interactive courses will be held in Crete, June 23 – 29; Barcelona, July 4 – 10; Provence, July 16 – 22; Florence, July 25 – 31; and New York, June 7 – 10 and August 16 – 19.

“Our workshops are being held in some of the world's most inspiring and fascinating cities, making them the perfect choice for people who want to combine education with sightseeing and relaxation,” Glusman stated, before adding, “These summer workshops are the ideal learning vacation.”

Glusman went on to say that “travel and creativity are perfect companions,” explaining that foreign places spark creativity in everyone.

“Creativity practices teach us to look at things in new ways, making our travels all the more stimulating,” Glusman said. “For this reason, we have chosen to combine our love of teaching people to explore their creativity with our belief that travel has an enormously positive effect on creative expression.”

The Creativity Workshop has been taught all over the world since 1993. Participants come from many different countries and professional fields, including business, education, psychology, the sciences, and the arts.

As for the upcoming summer workshops, Glusman noted that those who register for these learning vacations will spend three and a half hours each morning in class having fun with their imagination.

“The rest of the day participants are free to visit museums, take walking tours, eat fabulous meals, write in cafes, or sketch the locals,” Glusman said. “They can spend their time on their own or go exploring with other members of the workshop.”

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: http://creativityworkshop.com/business.html and http://creativityworkshop.com/professional-development-for-teachers.html

Contact Details:

The Creativity Workshop
One Columbus Place
40th Floor Suite N40F
New York, NY 10019
Tel: (212) 203-3252
Email: questions(at)creativityworkshop(dot)com

Source: The Creativity Workshop

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