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Creative Completion: Re-Enliven, Develop and Complete Your Project


Are you…

• Mired in the second half of your manuscript?

• Tired of your unfinished series of paintings?

• Late on deadlines?

• Wondering when you’ll finally finish your project?


Ready to…

• Find fresh perspective?

• Reconnect with your inspiration?

• Regain direction?

• Finish your project?


Join us in Oakland or online for the Creative Completion workshop!


You’ll walk away from this workshop with…

• Skill sets to help you finally complete your project

• Keys for unlocking the emotional honesty that your work is secretly seeking

• A clear path to the completion of your project, so you can share it with the world and feel the satisfaction of completion


What inspiration did you first glimpse when you began your project? Now that your pursuit of this inspiration has led you into the depths of your subject, it’s time to get clear about how far you’ve come, as well as what is left to do.

In the Creative Completion workshop, we’ll do exercises that illuminate what you have uncovered about your subject, and what this tells you about the structure of your project and how to bring it to completion.

Join us for a half-day workshop that will help you unlock the creative work that will enrich the lives of your readers or audience.


Creative Completion: Re-Enliven, Develop and Complete Your Project

Sunday, September 16

1:30 - 6:00 pm (PST)

247 14th St, #301

Oakland, CA 94612



Creative Completion will be livestreamed and interactive for online participants.


Who will you become by finishing your project? What will you be able to share? What will you be able to change in the world?




Meg Hayertz, author of Tarot for Beginners, believes creating is an act of listening. As the founder of Creative Momentum, she helps writers, artists, performers and academics unlock creative blocks, deepen their inspiration and finish their project. She holds an MFA in Writing and Consciousness from California Institute of Integral Studies. Her fiction has appeared in The Louisville Review, VoiceCatcher, and Door Is a Jar Magazine Blog. She was a finalist in the 2013 James Jones First Novel Fellowship Contest. Also, she believes in you.

Alan Clark moved to Oakland to write his latest graphic novel series, In Search of the Black Panther Party. He is also author of the sci fi soap opera, Babylon, and the founder of Phantom Electrik Comics. Clark studied thermal dynamics and theoretical physics at Georgia State University. He uses a pragmatic and practical method to help artists take an abstract desire and make it a tangible accomplishment.

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