The Muse Project June 15 @ 8:00 am - October 21 @ 5:00 pm
The Muse Project is a five month programme for creative people – writers, artists, musicians and anyone who considers their work or life ‘creative.’ Its aim is to inject nature’s wild, creative power into work, and to explore deeper purpose in creative work today. Through two deep retreats, ‘solo’ quests in nature, numerous workshops, online seminars and support on a personal project, The Muse Project aims to rejuvenate and reconnect creativity with, and for, the living Earth.
Led by writers, artists, wilderness guides and guest teachers, The Muse Project will help you explore and deepen your own practice while deepening personal transition. Through the process we also seek to work with different forms of knowing – going deep into the wild, playing with stories, looking to ancient cultures and stepping back to explore themes such as stillness, truth, resilience and more. Throughout the process we look to the natural patterns of life, and always seek to explore our own identity in the web of life. At key moments we will also step back to ask – what is our role as as creative people in the world today?