World Economic Forum
Do you lack the time to engage in creativity with your daughter?
Do you struggle with ideas that pique her interest?
Do you think you are not creative and find it difficult to connect in a way that excites her?
Do you worry a creative career will be hard but know this is where her heart and talent lie?
Do you want to stretch her creativity with real world experiences but don’t know how?
The 5 Step Creative Process will open her mind to possibilities.
It will allow her to solve any problem that crosses her path with originality and meaning.
This is where the journey begins.
You will experience the complete creative process from saturate, percolate, create, celebrate through to rejuvenate in bite sized experiences. Delivered online.
5 DAYS, 5 CREATIVE TASKS
15 MINUTES TO COMPLETE
NO RESOURCES REQUIRED
CURATED INTO AN ONLINE EXHIBITION
Here you get clarity expressing yourself.
Using our beautiful limited edition Teen Journal, learn how to commercialise creativity. You start pushing aside doubts, taking some risks and facing fears that come with worrying about what people think.
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Here you put your self-expression into action with confidence and humility.
Coming together with others at live workshops and unique events. Learning skills that will get you really comfortable with uncertainty. Being part of a creative community, communicating face to face.
UNIQUE CREATIVE EVENTS
HIGHLY SKILLED FACILITATORS
ALL MATERIALS INCLUDED
I just wanted to pass on to you a our gratitude for having the privilege to be involved in such an incredible event. Siobhan was so inspired and said she wished it was a week and not just a day. I know it is going to help her confidence and encourage her in her creativity. I found the Artists panel so insightful and know that what was shared has given the girls a rare glimpse of an artists real life and not just the glossy picture which is not easy to find in this world. Siobhan loved the workshop and creating her mood board...watch this space. Thank you again so much for creating this amazing experience. We are so grateful.”
Putting another perseverance notch under her belt. Pushing through a little more uncomfortableness.
Daughter aged 10
Just let her do it.
Daughter aged 15
I’m looking for ways for her to shine and express her own individuality. This ticked all the boxes.
Daughter aged 11