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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?
Creative Collective is a program that hosts art events and creates art resources like origami tutorials, colouring sheets, etc. Whether you're a student, staff, or faculty, you can connect, relax, and unwind through crafts, motion, music, and more.
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.
What if I'm not artsy?
No experience is ever necessary and all events are free and open to SFU students, faculty, and staff.
What does Creative Collective offer?
If you're attending from another time zone, please note that Eventbrite automatically modifies the event times for you according to your local time.
Our Creative Community
Staying connected is more important than ever. Creative Collective is hosting a visual gallery made by students, staff, and faculty that explores different themes each month.
Here is a preview of some of the submissions, check out Our Creative Community to see more!
January was Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Sexual Assault Awareness month (SAAM)’s theme was centering the voices and perspectives of Black, Indigenous, and Peoples of Colour to eliminate sexual violence and to create safer, more equitable communities.
Zoom Colouring Sheets
Hop on Zoom with a friend and try these colouring sheets
Other arts & crafts ideas
Doodle a flower without lifting your drawing utensil off the paper
Take a piece of paper and randomly fold it (you can colour it in later)
Create a custom bookmark with some paper and coloured pencils/pens
Create snowflakes by folding a piece of paper and cutting out patterns