Color of Woman :
Intentional Creativity Teacher Training
2019 Priority Enrollment Cycle is Open for Applications!
We are pleased to announce the Priority Enrollment Cycle for Color of Woman 2019 is open now through September 15th!
We invite you get a cup of tea and explore the Training. Those who apply during this cycle will receive top priority for the training, placement in gatherings, access to the initial orientation materials to prepare and financial savings. You will receive $1,000+ savings on the Core Online tuition.
I cannot even imagine my life without Intentional Creativity. Working with IC has changed the entire focus of my life.
Every day begins with intention and creation. ~ Annette Wagner, Color of Woman Graduate
For any questions or inquiries about Color of Woman 2019, Color of Woman Graduate and Teacher, Tania Magennis, is your ‘go to woman’ inside the Red Thread Cafe Classroom, our online IC group. Add #COW to the front of your post and she will respond to questions and posts daily.
You may also email Color of Woman Guidance Counselor, Sarah Mardell:
Shiloh Sophia and the Color of Woman Team
Color of Woman 2017: Visionary Gathering : Sonoma California
A share from Color of Woman Graduate, Cristy Coates, about Intentional Creativity:
I come from a lineage of women artists devoted to using creativity as a form of prayer and intention.
We seek to end the suffering caused by the sense of feeling separate and alone inherent to our human state.
We seek to end the violence and sorrow this sense of isolation can cause, especially to the most vulnerable members of our human family.
We believe creativity to be our innate and shared human birthright and that creative expression is a means of unfolding our identity and transforming our lives. We also believe that art and transformation should be fun.
We use Intentional Creativity and art as a means to find out more about our individual and shared journey, and we offer the beauty, joy and discoveries this experience unfolds as an invitation for all peoples to come into a sense of belonging to themselves and each other upon our fertile earth.
Red Thread Circle in Paris by Brunehilde Yvrande.