"Right Brain Workouts for the Artistically Starved", by Artist Sujata Tibrewala at Studio Bongiorno to Usher the Creativity in Everyone's Life This Holiday Season

"Right Brain workouts for the Artistically Starved" by Artist Sujata Tibrewala starting at Studio Bongiorno, Santa Clara, on November 25th 2013, aims to let people find their imagination and creativity and apply it in all walks of life, a key ingredient to success in this age of overabundant information, mass production and outsourcing.

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Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) November 20, 2013

"Right Brain workouts for the Artistically Starved" starting at Studio Bongiorno, is developed by Engineer turned Artist Sujata Tibrewala to give back the creative power to all in an artistically starved mechanistic world. The workshops start this November 25th in time for the holiday season so the participants can find a life time of creativity as their Holiday gift .

Einstein first imagined how time works and later on came up with the equations to prove the theory of relativity. Steve Jobs, an artistic technological icon, knew how to marry technological advancement with aesthetics and the value of ease of use. Henry Ford, with no technological knowledge imagined his car, and drove his engineers to make his seemingly impossible dream come true. M.K. Gandhi used the principals of non violence documented as the "Sermon on the Mount", and applied it to his current times and came up with the methodology of "The non violent resistance" which freed the Indian subcontinent from the British. The same was adopted by Martin Luther King to fight for the rights of the black population in America.

What is common is all of these success stories is that all of these people were able to think creatively and imagine something which no one else in their time would have. And once they imagined it, they had the belief and courage to follow it through to fruition.

No wonder, creativity once thought essential to only jobs such as artists, writers, film makers, dancers etc, is now understood as key ingredient to success in all walks of life.

Incidentally creativity is one of the many functions of right brain along with imagination and long term vision. Artist Sujata Tibrewala believes that everyone can tap into this immense creative power of human brain by simply exercising their creative muscle and quietening their overactive, analytic, logical brains.She has designed a series of exercises to free up her participant's minds of the constant labels the left brain puts on everything so the right brain can do its job creatively, and apply itself to all walks of life.

Video Introduction to the workshop

About Sujata Tibrewala:

Sujata Tibrewala is a postgraduate electrical engineer who now uses her engineering background and knowledge of science to spread art and issues close to her heart. She has had successful art shows at venues including University of Illionois, Life Force Arts, Chicago, Regional arts Commission St Louis and various other national and international venues. She has also served as a docent and an adult art education advisor at Brooks’s Museum, Memphis. She is also a member of many artist guilds and associations. Sujata has won many awards right from her school days, such as Creative Artists Society, Prasar Yagna: The Advertising Club and The ART Slant, New York. Her art has got rave reviews in many leading dailys of India and USA including ST Louis Beacon, Alive St Louis, Everything is art, Lakeview Patch North Central Chicago and Broad " a Feminist and Social justice magazine" published by Loyola University Chicago.

About Studio Bongiorno:

Studio Bongiorno was born out of dream of Phil Bongiorno to not only showcase his work but to create a hub for the local art scene. How fitting is it that dream became a reality in the historic building that once was The California Monument Company, located right across the street from Mission Cemetery in old Santa Clara. As Phil sees it, "we are the mall-ternative" A place to escape the daily grind, treat yourself right or to get that one of a kind item in a place unlike anything you will find in South Bay.


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