CREATIVE START: Scavenger Hunt: Limitations + Creativity are your superpower!

Join us for a fun and playful workshop to revive your creative confidence in 2021. Using found objects at home, we will tap into your inner craft maker to discuss how we can create within limitations. Amanda will discuss how we can utilize limitations as artists and entrepreneurs and navigate anxieties and negative self-talk when creating. You do not have to be a ‘crafty’ person to participate.


- Limitations are opportunities for creative thinking and expression
- Counter your negative self-talk
- Gain creative agility and confidence with new materials
- How being resourceful is an opportunity for creativity
- You are not alone in trying something new and a community of other creators looking to revive their creative resilience.

About the Facilitator:
Amanda Lederle (they/them) is a Toronto-based artist and facilitator.  Amanda’s is influenced by their lived experience with mental illness, and work towards personal growth. Their artistic work uses the form of illustrated maps and mixed media to explore identity and self-exploration. Amanda is also the founder of CreateBeing, a company that focuses on creativity and mental health. You may see Amanda at events as an Active Listener, and serve on the Lived Experience Committee at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).  You can find more on and and on Instagram @AmandaLederle and @CreateBeing.

CREATIVE START - monthly interactive sessions on creative thinking facilitated by various artists.

General Admission - $25 + tax

Member Admission - FREE

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