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Unlocking Your Inherent Creativity


Letters of Hope

Passing Time

from John Englezos

It’s usually not the comforts but the pains that urge us to look within. Sometimes we need contrast to show us who we want to be. Often the greatest losses precede the greatest transformations. What we are experiencing now is collective trauma coming up to the surface. Wounds that have never seen the Light.

Let There Be Light

from Inés Hemmings

It’s usually not the comforts but the pains that urge us to look within. Sometimes we need contrast to show us who we want to be. Often the greatest losses precede the greatest transformations. What we are experiencing now is collective trauma coming up to the surface. Wounds that have never seen the Light.

How to Keep Shining

from Glenda Chi

Even through hard times, I believe that the light we carry inside of us is still shining through. We just need to know how to keep shining. Here are 3 steps for us to keep shining

If The World Were Upside Down

by John Englezos

I wrote and performed this a little while back but it's one of the things that I feel artists do best - they ask "What if?" May whatever comes of that surprise and delight you.

Find Light

from Chien Yu Yeh

In this moment in time we share an experience stretching us emotionally and mentally. Wondering where to put our fears and our uncertainties as we loose ground. Adjusting to a lock down feeling contracted. I would like to invite you to reveal your feelings as they are.

A Poem for the Ages

from Fiona M Prendergast

Even the night sky has stars, I hold this image in my heart and allow hope to bloom It brings to us what is important in life family/friends

What If

from Anna Taylor

Today is a day of peace. What do I mean by this? I'm unsure actually. Once again, connecting with others in new ways. An AA meeting via zoom this morning. My writing group also via zoom. I wrote this piece during our group. Today is also strange. I miss human contact hugely. It is, it would seem, about adapting in this new order.

We are in this Together

from Glenda Chi

I hope you are taking care of your inner world, as the world out there is in chaos. Our immediate future may be uncertain, but I can assure you that ‘this too shall pass’. My friend, lay your burden down even for a moment and take a rest in hope. We are in this TOGETHER. I would like to share how we can support each other as we face the next few months. I have met with the Made to Create executive team and below is what we will be implementing.

Response to Covid-19

from Glenda Chi

The aim for our gatherings has always been so that creatives can have a place to connect, belong and grow. This will not change. It is time for us to think beyond the conventional and innovate. We are now forced to think creatively and reframe this crisis situation to see it as an opportunity. We have the opportunity to implement what we have learnt about creating art to help us through our challenges. Let's look for possibilities that can give us hope and increase our will to go on.