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Take an eloquent ride on the illusive magical mystery tour of your very own illustrious creative spirit. Where does it come from? What exactly is it? Why does it sometimes leave you stranded? What can you do when you lose it? How do you get it back when it jumps ship? Can schools kill creativity? Do workshops work?
For two warming evenings in chilly December, join award-winning author, artist, and educator Keith Carter for a wholly original, singular tour of the misunderstood nature of creativity. Our time together explores and reveals individual strategies to both strengthen, redefine, or perhaps get your MOJO workin’ again. Keith shares images, his own as well as those from other artists that intrigue him, tells stories and a few tall tales, and takes on the sometimes complicated yet always fascinating nature of the creative process. Question and answer sessions bring each evening to an enjoyable close.
Join Keith on an illustrative journey towards a better understanding of the creative spirit.
Open to anyone interested in this special program.
For the convenience of participants, recordings of each class session are posted privately for one month after the end of each session. Santa Fe Workshops takes the recordings down after one month to protect the intellectual property of our instructors.
Keith Carter holds the Endowed Walles Chair of Art at Lamar University. He is the recipient of the Texas Medal of Arts, the Lange-Taylor Prize from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, and the Regents’ Professor Award from the Texas State University System. His work has been shown in over 115 solo exhibitions in thirteen countries. He is also the author of fourteen books.
Keith’s work is included in numerous private and public collections, including the National Portrait Gallery, Art Institute of Chicago, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, George Eastman House, Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Wittliff Collections at Texas State University.
Get to know Keith in our Inspiration Series video »