World Premier: Staying Creative in Tough Times [Free Webinar]

I am very pleased to announce the first showing of my live webinar presentation Staying Creative in Tough Times. The webinar will be live on Tuesday April 28, 2020 at 11am PT. The sponsor is Moab Paper. Attendance is free, but requires registration. Click here for the registration link!

The detailed description follows below.

By the way, since I’ve had a number of questions about this, I’ll be giving a webinar on the same topic again on Saturday May 16 at 10am PT. These are live “performances”, so while the subject matter, structure, and likely most of the visuals will be the same, what I say and my emphasis will be different, Both webinars are free; try either, or both, if you’d like!

Description: In tough times, how do we stay creative? Artist, photographer, educator, author, and Moab Master Harold Davis addresses this important topic as a two-way street: In these days of “sheltering in place” how can we keep our creative mojo going? And, how can we take advantage of ourselves as creative beings to help cope with the uncertainty of these times?

​​​​​​​Harold will talk about creative and artistic psychological ideas for staying creative during these turbulent times in the context of his imagery, and provide examples and exercises based on his book Achieving Your Potential as a Photographer (Focal Press).  His presentation will be followed by a Q&A.

Platala © Harold Davis

Platala © Harold Davis

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2 Comments

  1. Riki Metz April 26, 2020 at 1:28 pm #

    Hi Harold,
    I’ve learned a lot from your books and on line classes and am looking forward to learning more!
    I would love to attend your webinars, but Pacific Time is 12 hours behind…
    Would you consider having your free webinars available on You Tube?
    Thank you,
    Riki Metz

  2. Harold Davis April 26, 2020 at 2:26 pm #

    @Riki: We are posting the recordings in our YouTube channel, Harold Davis Photography.

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