Who Can Participate?

Anyone over the age of 16 who enjoys exploring their creative and transformative boundaries.
No prerequisites.
Briing a friend.


Saturday, April 21, 2012, 9am to 5pm


The Center for Creative Learning Conference Center
1553 South 38th Street, Suite 300
Milwaukee, WI 53215
Map and Directions



Because you "seek" knowledge, insight, transformation and creativity in your life; and to flex your creative muscles.


$100 per participant ($25 deposit)
includes use of facility, all materials, and an honorarium for your guides.

A Creative Encounter

If you seek to reconnect with the Source of Your Creativity; eliminate blocks to authenticity; and invite transformation; the Saturday Creative Encounters at the Center for Creative Learning will provide you with the guidance, time and safe place to do so.

A Creative Encounter invites spontaneity, playfulness and manageable risk taking; and will open the conduit to the Source of Your Creativity and full potential. By providing a time and place to retreat from the world and allow yourself to delve into your inner dimensions, undisturbed, you invite your muse, your poet, your creative spirit to express itself fully.

As we share our discoveries and creations within a safe community we reenter the world with renewed spirit and new insights affirmed.

Just as a seed seeks heat, light and moisture to transform into a flower; we seek time and space to nurture our innate creative nature. We all need Creative Encounters in order to bloom; to express and manifest our authentic potential.

We know we have accessed the deep resources of our subconscious mind, as well as our authentic emotions, when we create with the intent to discover our original, authentic self, rather than as an egoistic display of talents.

Witness the miracles of Creative Encounters at the Center for Creative Learning

Your Creative Encounter Guides:

Dotty Posto

Lin Daley has been involved with the Center for Creative Learning and with Vets' Journey Home during the past four years. In addition she has used art as a method for personal and spiritual development as well as using various artistic methods during her career working with children and adults who have experienced trauma. Song, poetry, painting, writing, and movement form her basic belief that,
"Art is Medicine".

George Lottermoser has studied the Creative Encounter, as discussed by authors Rollo May, Peter London and others, for many years. George has employed Creative Encounter theories in his own creative and spiritual development, and worked them into such successful intensive weekend workshops as: the Spiritual Warrior (in cooperation with The Mankind Project); Dancing in Delight and Creative Encounter Coloquiums (in cooperation with the Center for Creative Learning); as well as his own classes when he taught Visual Design for Interactive Multimedia at Columbia College, Chicago.

Register on-line or feel free to contact George at: 262-241-9375


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