I have been invited to attend the Illuminate Film Festival in Sedona AZ which is being held May 27-31st. I just conducted a wonderful interview with Danette Wolpert the film festivals founder and organizer. I am so excited to bring you this interview to provide my listeners with an in-depth look at what will be happening at the film festival.
This event is being billed as a conscious film festival and rightfully so. Danette has attracted some of the most interesting and unique film directors and movies. Not only will you get to screen these amazing productions, but you will have what Danette describes an an immersive and engaging experience with hikes, meditation sessions, journaling, food tasting and much more as part of your experience.
The film festival premier evening start off with a movie entitled “Sold” actress Gillian Anderson will be attending the session for a Q&A after the screening. This movie will certainly set the tone for the remainder of the day events.
If you would like more information about the festival or to sign up for tickets please click here to be directed to the Illuminate Film Festival website. You can also check them out on Facebook, or Twitter.
I recently had a wonderful interview with Whitney Freya the author of “The Artist Within“. Whitney is a creative muse and coach for a growing number of clients around the world. Her new book “The Artist Within” is a guidebook for helping our inner artist to become more expressive. Whitney likes to refer to this process as “making us creatively fit” and finding our “super soul flow”.
She outlines the eight principles of design, and these principles are the language of our mind’s eye–how we visually analyze everything we see. As we discuss in our interview we explore these principles which are emphasis, balance, proportion, unity, harmony, contrast, rhythm and repetition.
If you have not drawn anything or painted or used any form of media to express yourself you might want to check out Whitney’s new book and learn what it possible to become more artistically expressive and not be afraid doing it. You will definitely have fun and your creative energy can be expressed in many different ways.
If you want to learn more about Whitney Freya and her new book please click this link to be directed to her website. I hope you enjoy this interview with an extremely creative muse–Whitney Freya.