Thursday, October 13, 2016
The Gallery at Avalon Island (37 S Magnolia Ave, Orlando, Florida 32801) hosted a Creative Process Workshop with Cirque Artistic Director, Daniel Ross. The even I promised to bring a new level of depth and strength to attendees artistic process in this first Creative Process Workshop. The talk uncovered how to develop strong personal practices and how to work with a team of artists to bring a work to life. The Creative City Project is honored to host the Artistic Director of Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba in this evening in three parts. First, Daniel gave insights into the Creative Process from his experience working with Cirque du Soleil all over the world. Second, we'll take time to answer your questions about your own Creative Process and how to develop a strong company and organization to bring your creative ideas to life. And lastly, Daniel gave feedback on some of your works in progress. The Creative City Project is committed to cultivating a thriving arts community in Orlando, and this new series of workshops is just one more way we're doing that. Don't miss it! Reserve your spot today.
When I arrived, the talk back was well under way. I muscled my way in through the standing room only crowd to find a decent view. The room was full of choreographers, dancers, visual artists, documentary film makers, writers and actors. I recognized faces in the crowd from past sketches. Orlando has such a rich talent base. One point that came up that I firmly believe in is to create, even when the mood doesn't suit you. So long as you keep creating on consistent schedule, then you then find you are creative than you thought you are.