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Whether you're a student, staff, or faculty, Creative Collective provides opportunities to connect, relax, and unwind through crafts, motion, music, and more.
What is 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.
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.
No experience is ever necessary and all events are always free and open to SFU students, faculty and staff.
Our Creative Community
Each month we ask students, faculty, and staff to submit their art pieces inspired by a different question.
Bring Your Own Craft - An Event for Staff
Working remotely can be tough. Join us for a drop-in Bring Your Own Craft session! If you don't know what craft to bring, we have some easy craft ideas we can share with you.
Unwind and Reconnect with Brittney Fehr
Brittney Fehr is joining Creative Collective to host an hour long session for you to decompress your body and mind.
During the session, Brittney will be leading a gentle yoga practice to unwind the body, followed by some grounding meditation to reconnect the body and mind. To end the session, Brittney will share some reflective journal prompts to help support you feeling your very best.
For this session, you will need:
- yoga mat, towel, or chair
- journal and pen or pencil
- water or tea to stay hydrated
Brittney Fehr is an SFU student, self-care enthusiast, and founder of mindfully being well.
This will be a gentle class with lots of options and choices within the exercises.
Check out mindfully being well on Instagram @mindfully_being_well and Facebook.
Looking for more opportunities to connect and create with others this term? Check out Meet, Greet, and Eat!