WORKSHOp - Friday, October 4th, 10-12pm PT / 1-3pm ET

Cultivate Your Creative Toolbox 

Creating art does not have to feel like a mystery. In this workshop from Kia Miakka Natisse, multidisciplinary artist and former co-host of NPR’s Invisibilia, learn how to identify and harness your creativity to more reliably access your sense of imagination, play and output. 
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Key Takeaways

  • A self-assessment to help identify your creative process
  • A 3-step strategy to understanding and priming your creativity 
  • A list of resources to enhance your creative toolbox

About this workshop

  • Friday, October 4th, 2024
  • 10am-12pm PT / 1-3pm ET
  • Virtual
  • 120 minute workshop
  • $100 AIR members 
    $150 non-members
  • Payment plans available at checkout. 
The journey of making creative work can be filled with pitfalls, delays and confusion. And while “doing the work” is the way, creating space to access your imagination involves more than just discipline. It requires an awareness of yourself, your surroundings and your end goal. 
Demystify the creative process and better prepare yourself for the journey in this two-hour workshop with writer and artist Kia Miakka Natisse, former co-host of NPR’s Invisibilia. Learn how to assess your creative process, get more tools for your creative toolbox, and enrich your creative universe to infuse your work with more of your unique artistic gift. 

Who is this class for? 

Artists – and those aspiring to make art – at any stage of their career. Makers looking to infuse their work with more creativity and play.
Meet the instructor

Kia Miakka Natisse

Kia Miakka Natisse is an award-winning artist, journalist, storyteller and mystic. Her work spans many forms and formats, including print, digital and audio. She is the former co-host of NPR’s Invisibilia, where her work was awarded Bronze Best Documentary, in the 2022-23 Third Coast/RHDF Award, and nominated Best Standalone Audio Documentary in the 2023 IDA Awards.
A native and resident of Buffalo, NY, Kia studied journalism and jazz at Howard University, and transmedia storytelling at New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Studies. As an artist, she’s had residencies at MacDowell Colony, the Banff Centre and Ragdale, has shown work at The Kitchen, Smart Museum and Hyde Park Art Museum. She is currently developing an audio series about extraterrestrial encounters.
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