PROJECTS

CreativiTEA

Wake up the Wonder!

Our workshops inspire participants to share their stories over a cup of CreativiTEA and engage in simple, yet innovative creative activities which allow them to experience being present and fully immersed in what they are doing – to be in the flow. 
When in flow, as Dr Scott Barry Kaufman from the Imagination Institute puts it, “the creator and the universe become one – outside distractions recede from consciousness and one’s mind is fully open and attuned to the act of creating. There is very little self-awareness or critical self-judgement; just the intrinsic joy for the task.”

Our CreativiTEA events bring people together, reduce loneliness and increase social cohesion, raising the wellbeing and aspirations of all involved. Those taking part come away not only surprised and delighted with what they have created, but with new methods to allow them to further access a new found sense of wellbeing.

I was high as a kite on happiness!” Participant


•Creating edible poetry and Art as a Tarts
•Making handmade books in all shapes and sizes.
•Designing and bashing a PinARTa (filled with prizes including art works and poetic objets d’art)
•Interactive music making, including a teacup orchestra
•Creating party games such as pass the parcel of happiness and Finger Fun disco boots
•Spoken word performances

We can deliver CreativiTEA events absolutely anywhere and for absolutely anyone – from CreativiTEA Parties for two to team building days, community celebrations and Corporate events. Get in touch to find out how we can help you, and those you work with, Wake up the Wonder!

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Sweetshop of Words

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Birds on the Branchline

Birds on the Branchline explores and celebrates the heritage of song birds and their habitat on Cornwall’s branch lines.

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