Creative Collective

Everyone is creative - some of us enjoy puzzles and crosswords, and some of us are painters or enjoy writing or singing our own songs.

What is Creative Collective?

With the Dietrich Model of Creativity as a guide, we explore different kinds of activities to maintain our well-being through creative learning and expression - however that looks to you.

Creative Collective hosts events and creates resources like tutorials or colouring sheets. We also offer prompts and ideas if you'd like to explore getting creative at a meeting or event. 

Whether you're a student, staff, or faculty, everyone can connect, relax, and unwind through crafts, motion, music, and more.


What if I'm not artsy? 

Getting creative is different from being artsy. Everyone can be creative and find balance in flow. No experience is ever necessary and all events are free and open to SFU students, faculty, and staff in a supportive and non-judgemental environment. 

Creative Collective runs regularly at Meet, Greet, and Eat. Attend an upcoming event. Open to all students.


What Has Creative Collective offered?

Virtual Gallery

Creative Collective hosted a photo gallery in 2022, and a virtual art gallery in 2020/2021.

At-Home and Virtual 

Find Zoom colouring sheets, activities, and art instructions. View now


Engage with ASMR videos, piano tunes, art tutorials and more.

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Interested in leading an event or activity? Get in touch

Creative Collective at Home

Doing something creative can relieve stress and anxiety. It doesn't have to be a monumental art piece - you can simply take a break to doodle, or even build a puzzle.

PDF Guides

Zoom Colouring Sheets

Hop on Zoom with a friend and try these colouring sheets

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Creative Collective on YouTube

On our YouTube channel, you can find ASMR videos and other relaxing content to turn on while you study and finish assignments.

Creative Collective on Spotify

In 2021, Creative Collective and SVSPO created a Consent playlist.

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