Living the Artist Way

Have you lost your creative muse? Have you longed to get in touch with the creative spirit you remember having as a younger person? Are you interested in jump-starting your creativity in a way that is also healing and transformative?
Join Khadijah in this workshop that utilizes the activities developed by Julia Cameron in the book The Artist Way. Cameron’s book has been used for years by aspiring and professional artistic people alike to liberate their creative muse and become their creativity.

This workshop was created as part of a two-week workshop series called Liberated Muse: Evolving Through the Performance Arts. However, it can be scheduled as a single workshop.


Contact Khadijah Ali-Coleman at to schedule a workshop or to have Khadijah facilitate for your organization. Workshops can be tailored to your organization’s specific needs. Rates for workshops vary based on group size, location and duration of workshop. Call to schedule today!

About Khadijah Ali-Coleman

Khadijah Ali-Coleman is a national performer. She wrote, produced and directed the play Shades of Black: a thought in progress in 2008 after creating the AEP Artist Collective as a program to help academically at-risk students at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD in the US. Most recently, she toured with the nationally-recognized theater company The Saartjie Project, an artist collective performing works inspired by the life of South Africa’s Saartjie Baartman, also known as the Hottentot Venus.

Khadijah has perfomed in various stage productions, including the Vagina Monologues, The Life and The Medea Myth.  She is also a vocalist, currently working on her first CD release. Khadijah is editor of the book Liberated Muse Volume I: How I Freed My Soul (Outskirts Press, 2009) and creator of the online artist community


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Living the Artist Way