This is a studio arts course that is not discipline-specific. Rather, it accommodates students interested in art, theatre, dance, music, fiction or poetry, allowing participants to conduct some work in their areas of expertise but also enabling students to experiment with unfamiliar media. It is structured to accommodate major and non majors, newcomers to art making as well as advanced practitioners. Students with an already established creative direction are able to propose, execute and reflect on one or more sustained projects, while students discovering new creative practices can find a constructive environment in which to explore creative process. While the emphasis is on individual creative development in a workshop setting, the course also includes team building collaborative exercises and selected readings on the creative process.