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    The Artist's Way

    6:30 pm-9:00 pm
    04-16-2018
    Evilena's Red Dresser
    20887 S. LaGrange Road, Frankfort, IL 60423

    Everyone is creative! Yes, that’s right, EVERYONE IS CREATIVE! The author of The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron, and workshop facilitator and art therapist, Renee Klyczek Nordstrom, believe we are all born to be creative. The Artist’s Way is a guided process to uncover, foster, and maintain creativity for everyone! This 8-week workshop helps participants to connect with their inner creative spirit in a safe and respectful environment. It is an engaging process of inspirational readings, discussions, and exercises. If you’ve never accessed your creative spirit, or if you’re a seasoned creative, the journey along the Artists’ Way will enrich your life. This series is open to new and returning students. Join facilitator Renee Klyczek Nordstrom for a spirited journey into your creative landscape.

    An artist and art therapist, Klyczek Nordstrom has been a practicing artist for over 30 years and promotes talk therapy and creative expression as methods for healing, empowerment and life enhancement. As a talk therapist and art therapist she works with individuals and groups in a residential treatment facility and private practice. She also works among a community of artists at Union Street Gallery in Chicago Heights, Illinois. Her extensive teaching experience includes adjunct faculty with Adler University, art classes, The Artist’s Way, and creative process workshops.

    Join the adventure!

    The Artist’s Way at Evilena’s Red Dresser, 20887 South La Grange Road, Frankfort, IL 60423

    To sign up contact nordstromrk@gmail.com

    Monday evenings, March 19 – May 7 at 6:30-9 p.m.

    $120 per person for 8-week course (fee is due on March 19) no refunds unless minimum of 8 participants is not met
    Payment: Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover

    Minimum 8 participants

    The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron is available at the library, bookstores, and online. Please have your book for the 1st class.