Artist's Anonymous

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Artists Anonymous is a bi-monthly meeting where creatives gather to hold space, set goals, and nurture their creative processes. This program will integrate ideas such as reigniting our motivation to create, outlining our personal boundaries, building creative communities, and dreaming big while creating tangible action steps inspired by our masterclass series. We will pull from a variety of creativity exercises in order to support our artistic projects and growth.

 

This program will consist of one in person meeting and one virtual meeting a month. Meetings will begin with introductions and check-ins about our artistic goals and projects. Each week we will also pull from different activities ranging from outlining clear goals or tasks, mind mapping, practicing different creativity exercises, and brainstorming. 

 

Meetings are held bimonthly, alternating between virtual and in person at the Cultural Equity Incubator (CEI space) located inside 15 Channel Center.

Meet Your Facilitator

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Aliza Franz (she/they) is a dancer, facilitator, and arts manager. She graduated from Skidmore College in 2020, where she earned a double major in Dance: Performance and Choreography and Psychology, with a minor in Gender Studies. As a performer, they have worked with Eliza Malecki Dance and Lorraine Chapman The Company. She is currently a company member of VLA Dance and Abilities Dance. Aliza is currently the arts administrator for Zamana Art where she writes and hosts bimonthly conversations surrounding Art and Creativity. Aliza is very excited to take on the position of Artist Anonymous Coordinator for Dunamis Boston where they will help artists by fostering a space for accountability surrounding creative projects and artistic goals.