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where is your creative constellation pointing you next?
Watch Sara's 60 min webinar What's Your Creative Constellation? Recorded March 7, 2017
NEWS & EVENTS
- MAR 3-5 & 11-12 Brand new assemblages will be on display at the Second Annual C.R.A.P Show (Creative Recycled Art Projects). Opening reception at the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, March 3. 5:00 - 6:30 pm. Open 1 - 5 on Sat Mar 4, Sun Mar 5, Fri Mar 10, Sat Mar 11, and Sun Mar 12.
- MAR 10 Sara will be speaking at the Women of Whidbey Stories 6 Conference at the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts. Purchase tix through WICA box office. SOLD OUT.
- MAR 17, 24, & 31 Join Sara for a three-session online workshop, Exploring Your Creative Constellation. Meets online for three live Friday sessions, 10 am - 12 pm PDT. In this hands-on self-discovery and life-purpose workshop, you’ll claim the full array of your creative gifts, then explore ways to design your life so it’s big enough for who you really are. This workshop is for you if you are in a time of career transition or personal re-invention; if you find your multiple gifts and talents confusing or overwhelming, or if you are a coach or therapist looking for an exciting new framework to help clients uncover life purpose, meaning, and creative satisfaction. Offered in partnership with the Center for Partnership Studies. Cost: $175. Register before March 10 and get a $20 early bird discount with code serene. REGISTER HERE
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Featured Blog Posts
Take a tour of a new Sara Saltee assemblage "God is Voluptuous and Delicious," a cheeky celebration of the divine feminine. She's asserting herself hugely these days (perhaps you've noticed a weensy touch of backlash?) and she Will Have Her Way.
In honor of Valentine's Day, let's celebrate a form of love that too often goes unsung: the generative love of a creator for her creations. (Is there a card for that?)
Are you finding that the pressure to rise up and help our imperiled country and world are ratcheting up your inner conflicts and self-doubts? You are not alone! Here's how to continue seeking your authentic genius even as you act in good-enough ways today.
In this week of marches and pussy hats, let's embrace activism as a distinct form of creativity! Find out what it means to activate your inner Disruptor and explore how strengthening this star might impact the rest of your personal creative constellation.
Welcome to the guided tour of Vision Test for America: 2016, a recently completed assemblage that speaks to my hopes for our country. And we're walking, and we're walking, and we're stopping...
As you gird your loins to face the year ahead, please don't abandon the creative practices that keep you strong and centered and whole. Here's three good reasons why now is EXACTLY the right time to continue the work of your soul. (Need a fourth reason? How about 'are you really going to let those fuckers silence your heart'?)
What's the connection between garbage, Autumn, and creativity? And what can it teach us about ways to think about the scary orange-faced monster who is looming over our collective landscape this fall? Sara's got some thoughts.
In which Sara is encouraged to articulate the deep beliefs and values underlying the Creative Constellation Project, and does so against the guidance of the lesser angels of her nature.
What happens when things don't go to plan? Does it have to be an occasion for teeth gnashing and self-flagellation? Two lovely nuggets of wisdom to help keep your planning loose and your plans in perspective. Also - a word of gratitude to everyone who came to visit on the Whidbey Working Artists Open Studio Tour.
What is up with us when we can't tell our fascinating, multi-dimensional life stories without demeaning ourselves or apologizing for our evolution? Why it is time to retire the word "schizophrenic" to describe a life filled with multiple creative passions, and some alternatives that we'd want our daughters to hear.