NO ONE CARES: OVERCOMING INDIFFERENCE AND CREATIVE ROADBLOCKS
with Kid Millions
Saturday, May 12, 2018
This workshop on Composition, Improvisation and the Creative Process will examine the ways that we sabotage our creativity and productivity and will offer practical ways to overcome the roadblocks we place in our way. Using examples from his own and other artists’ catalogs Colpitts will develop a strategy for remaining creative in the face towering indifference. “No One Cares” presents a counterintuitive strategy for establishing the boundaries around your creative process that gives you the strength and inspiration to continue your work despite lack of approval, vindication or encouragement.
Kid Millions is the founder and drummer of the projects Oneida and Man Forever and has performed and collaborated with a wide range of incredible artists including Yo La Tengo, Laurie Anderson, J Spaceman, William Basinski, So Percussion, Rhys Chatham, Royal Trux, Broomberg and Chanarin, Boredoms and many more.
This workshop is part of The Sanctuary Series. This series of workshops brings together artists, healers and educators in collaborative sessions that ask participants to creatively imagine desired cultural and community outcomes as well as their role within those outcomes. Held in New York City, Hudson and other locations, these are 2-3 hour workshops centered on writing or visual art-making
Logistics: Schedule, Fees, How to Apply
Workshop Schedule and Location: This afternoon workshop takes place from 1 to 4 PM in the heart of the East Village in Manhattan at The Neighborhood Preservation Center. 232 E 11th St, New York, NY 10003.
Fee: Each workshop in The Sanctuary Series costs $100 or $300 for all four. Millay Colony Alumni receive a 15% discount.
To Apply: Send an email with a brief introduction/bio to Caroline Crumpacker at email@example.com. Send a $25 deposit via PayPal using our DONATE Button. You can also send a check to The Millay Colony for the Arts, 454 East Hill Road, Austerlitz, NY. Attention: Workshops. Make checks payable to The Millay Colony for the Arts.
For more information please get in touch with Caroline Crumpacker at 518-392-4144 or firstname.lastname@example.org.