My goal is to show people ways in which they can live a more enriching
life centered around creating art works. Creativity is a great source
of enjoyment and personal growth. It is the expression of our desire
to be happy.
Recharging our creative batteries is sometimes difficult - when
left alone by ourselves. Everyone needs to have someone else really
"hear them out" and listen in a deep, caring, way. To encourage
and help them on their artistic journey. This is something I have done
for many people and can do for you.
Learning How to DRAW and Sketch
This workshop introduces hands-on techniques for students, designers, cartoonists, educators and other creative professionals how to sketch things you want to make. You will learn how to draw conceptually and experiment.
In my workshops I invite you to explore your creativity in an open-ended
atmosphere. Bring your dreams and memories, relax and share with others.
My workshops are designed for artists of all levels of experience and
background, a group-work in imagination and play in a non-competitive
environment. Regardless of the medium you choose - textile, paint, digital
camera or computer - you are encouraged to become playful as a child
and discover the artist within you.
Why to attend
To update your knowledge of the creative process
Create and develop your artistic voice
Look for new ideas
Share ideas with others
Explore artistic play techniques
As your creativity coach, I invite you to work hard, think and dream
big, and reach for greatness as you stretch toward your full potential.
I will point the way for you to find a vital and authentic life.
to use a creative coach?
To leapfrog over creative blocks
To manage too many and confusing ideas
To escape a feeling of isolation
To reality-test your dreams and aspirations
To find a balance between your dayjob and art
To explore new ways of marketing your work
Creativity coaching is also available for artists in all disciplines
Please contact by
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or complete
the registration form for additional inquires.
thoughtful and dedicated listener. Her soft style complements these
enriching workshops that serve as a guide for anyone looking for that
creative nudge." Vera Kiriloff - Arts Ottawa East-Arts Council
"Once in a
great while you find that unique artist who doesn't just want to create
their own art, but wants to go beyond and help other artists. This is
Margit Hideg, an unusual woman with an unusual mission. This native
of Transylvania, now living in Cantley where she has her studio, but
exhibits in Montreal and internationally, and gives workshops as a Creativity
Coach at her studio and to arts groups in the region, feels there is
much work to be done in her community. As an English speaker with a
charming Eastern European accent, she feels much could be done in particular
in the Wakefield and Chelsea area. She would like to not only nurture
and support local artistic groups but be involved with others to promote
events, seminars, professional development activities and workshops."
-Sam C. Lab writer Hull, QC
found your talk and slide presentation exciting and thought provoking.
I especially liked your slide with the list of questions for artists
to consider I am relatively new to OOTB (I joined last fall) and
am finding the community atmosphere of our group supportive and inspirational.
Recently I have been allowing myself to be open and welcome to the yearning
artist inside of me. Joining the group was a big step in the right direction.
I feel a great surge of creatively and happiness these days...a kind
of finding of myself. It is incredible to discover others who think
and feel the same way. Hearing you talk about creativity and sharing
my inner thoughts outloud at last nights meeting was a moving
experience for me. I am grateful for OOTB and the opportunity to hear
you speak! - Carol Howard Donati. Artist -Out of the Box
did not get a chance to speak to you last night after your talk, but
wanted to tell you that I very much enjoyed all of the issues that you
raised about the many layers of the "puzzle" of living a creative
life. Thanks again for an interesting talk" - Jean Gerster,