The Creativity Workshop In Florence
March 10 – 14, 2018

The Creativity Workshop in florence 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.



Il Duomo

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.



Tuscan Villa

Why Florence?

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



Florence Workshop Participant

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 Montebello Splendid from 9 AM to 12.30 PM each day. Book this hotel using code: “creativity” for a 15% discount.

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 December 5: you need to pay a deposit of $450.
After January 5: full payment is required.


“This was a tremendous experience. I wanted to take my writing in a new direction, and with the help of the insights and tools I got at the Workshop, I feel that I can now do this. Thanks to Shelley and Alejandro, two wonderful and inspired teachers, I will look back on my experience in Florence as the beginning of my creative renaissance”

Chuck Mills, Writer, Timetravel21, Alexandria, VA

“The Florence Creativity Workshop taught me the value of sharing my ideas and work with others. The observation exercises had me noticing all sorts of new things. In the past my rolls of film might have been filled with the typical pictures of the Duomo. The Workshop changed all that. Now I’ve captured on film, or in writing, or simply in my memory, images of the delicate turn of a leaf, the petals of a hydrangea on a terra cotta terrace, the contrast of a freshly fallen lemon on a bed of grass”

Heidi Lang, Teacher of Gifted Students. Falls Church City Public Schools, Falls Church, VA

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