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Write On Command

  • In this course, Jae explains the difference between inspiration and demand writing techniques, builds confidence in one's creative ability, and offers writing exercises that you can utilize repeatedly to invoke creativity. In your time together, you will examine the difference between muse-inspired work and writing on command, i.e., for projects and requests, as opposed to relational or art-inspired pieces, as well as the dissimilarity between dependency writing and zone writing.

    She will also work with you to create a muse-inspired piece to open the heart space within this time together as well as a perspectivism piece that offers the opportunity to view art from another perspective. Finally, you will write a piece as if you were asked by a creative to join them on a project already in production, which will increase your creative credibility with the self; helping one to clearly understand the misconception that artists need a crutch, i.e., people, alcohol, a mood, etc., to create. She also explains some of the science behind the techniques used and why it is imperative to write from inspiration instead of dependency.

    This course is open to individuals as well as groups. Pricing is for a one-on-one session; please contact the PettiObjective office at 773.231.7371 for group pricing.

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