October 14, 2020 | Issue 10
A bimonthly newsletter with tips and resources to help you navigate your path to thriving.
The virtual space did not keep us from being able to REJUVENATE, CONNECT and ELEVATE our practices. Did you enjoy the summit? SHARE WITH US!
If you did not attend, you will still be able to view recordings when they are ready later this month.
self-care offerings to help you thrive
Staying inside for most of this year has changed how we relate to one another and our work. The New York Times and CERF+ offer ways to strengthen our relationships and get back to an inventive mindset.
Working from home definitely has its benefits and challenges. It can be hard not to have the support of your work buddies in the same way we used to. The New York Times presents some ways to strengthen these relationships.
While some folks have been able to be creatively productive this year, many folks have been having a hard time getting back to their artistic self. CERF+ promotes some activities to get back into your groove.
opportunities that bring artist together to support you thrive
Our 2020 Virtual Summit was amazing! We hope you could make it, but if you missed it here is a visual recap of our keynote speakers created by Danielle Iwata. If you were able to attend, we would love to hear your feedback!
Summit Keynote Recap
Day 1
Post-Traumatic Growth Mindset
with Rhonda Schaller, Dr. Esmilda Abreu, and Sam Harvey
Day 2
Racial Justice: Making It Personal
with Mitzi Sinnott
Day 3
Creative Trespassing
with Tania Katan interviewed by Hrag Vartanian

tips from experts to inspire you to thrive
Kentuckians, with The Kentucky Rural-Urban Exchange, want you know that they stand united through these difficult times and give you some action steps to take now. Winston-Salem's Jessica Singerman gives tips to strengthen your creative practice.
Following the verdict for Breonna Taylor's case, The Kentucky Rural-Urban Exchange responded with this video to show their support for Breonna. Sharing the message that Kentuckians are outraged, and they stand together. They urge you to take action against racial injustice.
Jessica Singerman, a visual artist from Winston-Salem, shows the connections between her physical athletic self and her creative artistic self. These tips show the significance of taking risks, challenging yourself, and accepting where you are.
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