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"Light tomorrow with today."  Elizabeth Barrett Browing

This edition is jam packed full of different ways you can celebrate your creativity as spring and the clocks have sprung forward! April is World Creativity & Innovation week too...

So many of our Open To Creators are inspiring us with their creative visions and discipline to create amazing feats of will...

Hen Norton has launched her newly directed and produced film with Dan Dennison Born and Reared

Curator and arts manager Gabrielle Hine is running the London Marathon this month to raise funds for The PSP Association. We getting alongside her and hope you will cheer her on too...
1st April 2016 6pm-8pm

Want to gain the support & momentum from a monthly creative coaching 'masterminding' group?

TELL ME MORE? Call 07941 655 856
Or email

2 hour session of our now ongoing programme that will give you the space, time and support to take creative projects, ideas and yourself to the next levels.

A small and perfectly formed group of up to 6 people can join this monthly session.

This time once the core group is formed it will remain a 'closed' group so we can bond and grow more steadily together.

This way you can review your progress regularly.

Pay what you can / pay what you think you it's worth for your growth - we suggest £15 - £20

Wouldn’t it be great if everyone felt the strength, and social and emotional support to navigate life’s challenges? That's the purpose behind World Creativity and Innovation Week (WCIW) April 15 - 21. 
To make creatively solving problems in new playful ways an annual event!

That's Open To Create... all over, so we have some fabulous events lined up for you...

In partnership with Camberwell Arts our very own Anna B. Sexton will be leading our workshop on creative goal setting for your art life. This workshop will help you get your art career and projects on track.
You will leave with a new set of clear steps to achieving your creative goals that stick.  If you want to exhibit more, apply for funding, take part in larger projects or even if you are unsure what the next steps are, then this workshop is for you.

The event is free but booking is essential. You can do that here
Inner Super
Hero session

1 hour
your inner power
email Anna
More info...
Dinner & Drawing
Celebrate your

20th April
6.45pm - 9.45pm
10% to our
#giveaswegrow fund
Book via

Creative MOT
Kick start you

1 hour
coaching session
email Anna

More info...
#giveaswegrow is one way of us being able to give back through our social business model...

Our target is to raise £2,000 by 31.12.16 this year for
UK Hunger Project

Why? so others around the world can be enabled to come up with creative solutions to their food shortage challenges...

And we want others to eat whilst we are creating our supper clubs...
Donate NOW
Open To Create... is moving studio so we are going to do a big studio sell off to share those creative goodies we are not able to take to our next creative hub.

Saturday 23rd April 2016
11.30am - 3.30pm

Open To Create HQ...
4 Jones House, Blair Street, London E14 0NT MAP

Expect a range of arty materials, original artwork by Anna B. Sexton, picture frames and other Bags of Creative surprises. We will be uploading pics to our Facebook group HERE or Anna's Instagram account...

Prices from £1 upwards...

We will be collecting for our Hunger Project Fund too!

What more could you need to rise this Spring?

We offer a range of bespoke one to one creative coaching packages, creative supper clubs on tour to your venue and creative team away days.

Anna B. Sexton

+44 (0) 7941 655 856

Image by Anna B. Sexton
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'Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has.'  
Margaret Mead (1901-1978)