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Life and Artmergencies - The 7 Aspects Of Personal Resiliency

Cost: Free for ACI members, $5 for non-members As an artist, you may be especially sensitive to criticism because you are your work. You may face extraordinarily difficult financial and life circumstances. How do we, as human beings, deal constructively with life’s shortcomings and setbacks? Learn 7 ways to be resilient in the face of difficulty with Erin Stewart, Dean at the University of Winnipeg’s Division of Continuing Education. Instructor: Erin Stewart Erin Stewart, M.Ad.Ed., an avid lifelong learner, brings 25 years of experience as an instructor, program planner and manager to this workshop. Erin is a skilled facilitator with expertise in the areas of adult education, creative thinking, interpersonal communication, presentation skills, and interview preparation. She is currently Dean of Continuing Education at the University of Winnipeg. Erin is dedicated to making personal progress on the path to resiliency. For more information or to register, contact Lisa at admin@creativemanitoba.ca or 927-2787.

Where:
The Millennium Library
251 Donald Street
986-6450
When:
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
What:
Theatre & Arts > Lectures
Neighbourhood:
City Centre
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