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A Portable Creativity School
As a writer, visual artist, and musician, Shira's creativity can't be contained. In this ethos and spirit, Freer Form was born as a gathering space to shape-shift, defy categorization, and create in the name of love.
Shira believes most suffering can be traced back to isolation. She's obsessed with art as a way to experience vitality and connection. She's propelled by process, presence and possibility. The mystery and transience of being alive
fuel her expressions.
Creativity has taught her that it's not entirely natural to confine one's self to a specific shape for too long. No matter the medium, joy and growth can be found in reaching for your newest shape, your freer form.
She teaches In Surreal Life, a month-long, communal, global, online class offered quarterly (January, April, August, and September); as well as individualized 1-on-1 courses throughout the year.
Central to her teaching is possibility and love. In the words of James Baldwin, "I use the word 'love' here not merely in the personal sense but as a state of being, or a state of grace — not in the infantile American sense of being made happy but in the tough and universal sense of quest and daring and growth."
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