Sunday 26 May 2019 from 10am-12pm

Do you have alot of creative ideas and different talents and not sure where to focus your energy? This fun and practical workshop will teach you how to create a personalised mind map with focus. Creative mindmapping is a useful tool for all aspects in life planning and can help you to develop new strategies and ideas to navigate through pathways to achieve and reach your personal and artistic goals.

Whether you consider yourself an artist or not you can map out your passions to bring inspiration and creative time into your life .Get clarity and learn how to take action with your goals to pursue your talents and dreams no matter where are you are on your artistic journey and get more creative flow into your life!

This will be brainstorming and short workshop exercises and an opportunity to share and exchange ideas and be inspired.

Morning tea provided.

Your Free Creative Traveller starter kit includes;
Visual arts book, note pad ,drawing pens and notes on different types of mindmapping to take home.
Workshop price includes follow up with individual recommendations and tailored
resources responding to personalised creative mindmapping plans.

Cost $60

Special $10 discount offer if attending this workshop and Creative Traveller Creative Vision Boards workshop in the afternoon.

Email organiser to receive this discount at if also attending Creative Vision Boards in the afternoon.

After the workshop enjoy a special lunch offer of two Vietnamese paper rolls for $10.00 per person (optional)
Learn the simple technique to make healthy fresh Vietnamese paper rolls .
All materials supplied with vegetarian and non vegetarian options.

This workshop will be presented by Dr. Cheryle Yin-Lo (Doctor of Cultural Research). Cheryle has over 30 years experience in the visual arts and performing arts in Australia and overseas working with artists and communities. She has a BA in Visual Arts and Graduate Diploma in Arts Education and Arts Management.
She is an artist and specialises in community cultural development and has been involved in various positions and arts projects working across cultural ,community, education, government and health sectors.

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