‘Wild&Awake’ Creative Adventures for Adults in Malta
Being Creative is a certain way of thinking and acting. When you are creative you see a wide range of solutions to an issue. You play with the solutions until you track the one that fits the problem the best. Education system tends to wipe out most of our creative trends. Creative thinking is adventurous and wild. Creative can also be remedial and enlightening.
During these playful exercises your creative ‘side’ will open and strive. These short (3-hour) workshops invite you to experiment with various tools that enhance creative thinking and creative expression. The exercises are built in a way that you can walk away with an ‘AHA’ moments. You can let some steam go. You can learn to relax with art. NO matter which workshop you chose, you will learn tools with which you can tame, manage and strive on Life’s challenges more creatively.
If you have questions about the workshops pls enquire at email@example.com
Attire: comfortable and one that can get dirty
Dates: between between 17 April to 27 Sept, daily
Allocation on themes on the calendar HERE or below
Price: 40.00 EUR/ 3-hour session/ 70.00 EUR for couples
All material and refreshments are included in the price. Pickup service is available.
The workshops take place on a veranda in a villa in Gozo. Directions are given upon confirmed booking.
Minimum participants: 2
Maximum participants: 8
Two Ways of Knowing
Betty Edwards has used the terms L-Mode and R-Mode to designate two ways of knowing and seeing – the verbal, analytic mode and the visual, perceptual mode – no matter where they are located in the individual brain. You are probably aware of these different characteristics. L-mode is a step-by-step style of thinking, using words, numbers and other symbols. L-mode strings things out in sequences, like words in a sentence. R-mode on the other hand, uses visual information and processes, not step-by-step, but all at once, like recognizing the face of a friend.
“You have two brains: a left and a right. Modern brain scientists now know that your left brain is your verbal and rational brain; it thinks serially and reduces its thoughts to numbers, letters and words… Your right brain is your non-verbal and intuitive brain; it thinks in patterns, or pictures, composed of ‘whole things,’ and does not comprehend reductions, either numbers, letters, or words.” From The Fabric of Mind, by the eminent scientist and neurosurgeon, Richard Bergland. Viking Penguin, Inc., New York 1985. pg.1
Let’s play right brain!