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Saturday, July 29, 2017


Believing all people are creative, Julia Cameron has written a book/course to help people transition their ideas into sustainable action.

The Artist’s Way has taught artists and non-artists, homemakers, lawyers, painters, gardeners and filmmakers to live more creatively through practising an art; or simply to practice the art of creative living. In deciding our creativity matters, “We need to live a principled, creative, active life in support of our cherished ideal, to manifest our best potential.”

Bernice Stott is the course facilitator. Her background as a professional speaker, trainer and experienced counsellor sparks motivation in people to rediscover their talents. Her formal qualifications include theology, drama, art and Lifeline training. In her professional life she is an artist, manages an architectural practice and taught drama at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Informed by a broad spectrum of life and professional experience, her leadership skills and interest in creativity help people revitalise their creative potential.  

The course will be run from a venue in Ridge Road / Peter Mokaba Road, Berea Durban from August 17 to November 9, 2017, running for 12 consecutive Thursdays from 17h00 to 19h15 and the cost is R2,300 pp.

For more information, or to book contact email: or phone 031 209 8436 or 083 343 8994. A confirmed booking will require R1,000.00 deposit. Participants are requested to buy their own copy of the book The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron which can be purchased locally.