Monday, April 05, 2010


CREATIVITY NETWORKING ... Special Off-Site, Co-Located Program with the ARTISTS IN TRANSITION CONFERENCE IN DANBURY, CONNECTICUT ... Steven Dahlberg to lead a workshop on 'Creative Thinking, Aging and Living: Engaging our Strengths, Living our Purpose'
SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 2010, 12:00-5:00 P.M.
Westside Campus Center Building, Western Connecticut State University
3 University Boulevard, Danbury, Connecticut 06810
$25/person (Save $15 ... enter "Creativity Networking" in the "how did you learn about the conference?" on the registration form and pay the usual $10 Creativity Networking fee!) Questions? Email

Artists in Transition Conference ... for and about artists facing health issues, as well as for non-disabled artists, arts administrators and anyone interested in creativity, diversity and accomplishment.

One of the best gatherings on this topic, with more than 15 speakers and workshops, and outstanding networking opportunities. In workshops, learn more about creativity and aging, maximizing employment opportunities, career transitions, grant writing, health insurance and more. Plus hear from speakers who are artists/performers who are themselves dealing with health issues and disability and are living active, creative and accomplished lives in and through the arts.


The Creativity Networking Series is curated and hosted by Steven Dahlberg, who heads the International Centre for Creativity and Imagination and teaches "Creativity + Social Change" at the University of Connecticut.

The Creativity Networking Series is presented by The Silo at Hunt Hill Farm and the International Centre for Creativity and Imagination, both based in New Milford, Connecticut. Creativity Networking is normally held at 2 p.m. on one Sunday each month at The Silo. The series provides a forum for exploring the many facets of creativity and for discovering other people interested in creativity. Through interesting topics and guests, the series seeks to help people rediscover and reconnect with their inherent creativity and explore new ways of expressing it.

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