Learning from Labyrinths
It is widely known that labyrinths are places for contemplative journeys and meditation. They also are powerful tools for the facilitation of creative transformation.
Our friend and colleague Joe Miguez spent the last decades of his life working with and sharing labyrinth experiences around the world. He focused on the architectural principles of “the lab” to design accessible labyrinth-based creativity tools.
Working with those tools, we will open our awareness and explore the spaces where ideas emerge. By developing attention, we will cultivate self-discovery and action-producing intention.
To quote Joe, we will “slow down so that we can go faster”.
The Skinny: 3 things you will do in this session
- Make a journey through a simplified version of the labyrinth called the four square
- Experience the labyrinth path as a mapping of the change process
- Remember what you already know
Anthony Hyatt is a violinist and multimedia performance artist from the Washington DC area whose interest is in the role and use of improvisation techniques in the creative process. He is a teaching-artist working with many human service organizations including the nonprofit Arts for the Aging under whose auspices he leads creative engagement programs at senior centers and for whom he co-directs the senior citizen improv dance company known as Quicksilver.
Anthony is a master trainer of the USA based National Center for Creative Aging and he is an artist in residence in The Medstar Georgetown University Hospital’s pediatric and cancer care programs. Anthony is honored to be a colleague of the USA based Creative Education Foundation and a leader/facilitator for other affiliated international organizations like CREA in Europe and Mindcamp in Canada. He does additional creativity consulting and facilitation work through his own organization which is called Moving Beauty.
Anthony is a returning presenter. Click here to see their sessions from previous years.
Graduated in Economy and Commerce, Manager, Consultant, Partner and General manager of Catullo & Sylwan Advertising Agency, Matteo is also a marketing consultant, theater actor, mathematician, poet, and star hunter. He is a co-founder and board member of Creativity European Association (CREA Italia) and of CREA Conference.
Over the last few years, Matteo has developed and co-developed many new programs: Pathfinder, The Art of Deferring Judgment, Creative Convergence, How to Create a Creative Climate, and Look Again.
Matteo is internationally acclaimed for his work in stimulating creative imagination and creative potential. More important, he is father of Gaia and Davide, grandfather of Pietro and Marco, and friend of all creative people. Matteo holds the Italian absolute record and award for the most handshakes and hugs.
Matteo is a returning presenter. Click here to see their sessions from previous years.
All Saturday 10:45am sessions:
- Charisma Analysis The fine art of authentic self-branding (Alexander von Reumont)
- Dialogues with the Erotic (Alina Isaac, Colin Read)
- Disorganizing by Design Shaking things up to do things differently (Jerrold McGrath)
- Embodying Failure Making sense of leadership through imperfection (Tamara Christensen)
- Learning from Labyrinths (Anthony Hyatt, Matteo Catullo)
- Wabi-Sabi Boot Camp Using Wabi Sabi principles to make connections others don’t (Dorte Nielsen, Marjolein Hutting)
- We Tube Creating story through video (Jim Ridge)
- …or why not just hop to another random session?