The Creativity Workshop in Crete
June 20 – 24, 2018

The Creativity Workshop in Crete will help you become more creative in your personal and professional life. We use many techniques in creative writing memoir, art, photography, storytelling, mapmaking, mindfulness and guided visualization to help you explore your inner creativity.



What Will You Learn?

The Creativity Workshop is an experiential course of doing and experimenting. Our exercises and instructors’ talks focus on helping you learn practical techniques to stimulate your imagination and innovative thinking.



Workshop Participant at Chania’s Old Port

Why Crete?

Traveling outside one’s own culture is known tobe one of the greatest ways to awaken creativity and achieve self-discovery. We have chosen Crete to be one of our worldwide locations on account of its exquisite beauty and one-of-a-kind inspirational qualities.



Chania Beach

Daily Schedule

Some exercises are done individually while others are collaborative. Here is a day by day schedule:



The workshop will take place at Hotel Samaria from 9 AM to 12.30 PM each day.

Stay22 offers affordable hotels, apartments and BnB accommodations for our workshop participants.


Tuition: $1,395
To reserve your place: we require a non-refundable $50 deposit.
To secure your place after February 15: you need to pay a deposit of $450.
After April 1: full payment is required.


“I had a wonderful experience at the Creativity Workshop in Crete. This was my second time experiencing the Workshop. What made this time different for me was that by attending the Workshop outside of the United States, I was more receptive. This Workshop gave me the tools, concepts, and challenges to express my creativity. It also made me more aware of my creativity and its potential. I continue to nurture it with the tools, processes, and methods the Workshop provided!”

Terrance Leers, Program Manager for Applied Learning University, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA

“A perfect blend of relaxation and stimulation. The assignments fostered discovery and creativity, yet left us plenty of time to enjoy the wonders of Crete. I came away from the workshop with an array of techniques that I can call upon to encourage my creativity.”

Patricia Lancaster, Ph.D. Dean Emerita of the Hamilton Holt School and Professor Emerita of French, Rollins College, FL

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