The Creativity Workshop in New York
April 20 – 23, 2018

The Creativity Workshop in New York City 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.

New York

Central Park Reservoir

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.


New York

George Washington Bridge

Why New York City?

Famous for its museums, cultural life, shopping, and restaurants, New York City is a great place to recharge your batteries and find inspiration.


New York

Guggenheim Museum

Daily Schedule

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



The workshop will take place at 249 West 60th Street, New York, NY 10023, located in Midtown Manhattan from 10 AM to 1 PM each day.

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


Tuition: $895
To reserve your place: we require a non-refundable $50 deposit.
After February 20, 2018: full payment is required.


“Feeling somewhat anxious about traveling to the “Big Apple” alone, I refused to allow fear to deter me from an opportunity to tap into my imagination and creativity while connecting with a very diverse group of individuals. Being able to explore my mind and observe the unfamiliar surroundings of New York peaked my enthusiasm to see EVERYthing around me differently! I so enjoyed the experience and networking that I hope to partake in another of these “mind-opening” workshops!”

April Gamble, M.Ed-Literacy, 5th Grade Teacher, Ashley IB Elementary Magnet School, Winston-Salem, NC

“I got so much encouragement to keep writing my own stuff and such a warm and supportive response from participants as well as from the leaders, especially Shelley. And I enjoyed working on the many exercises and projects alone and with others.”

Rodman Neumann, Managing Editor, Sterling Publishing, Inc. New York, New York, NY

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