Wednesday, April 25, 2001, 7:00 to 9:30 pm
THE CENTRE FOR SPIRITUALITY AT WORK ANNOUNCES
|An Evening With Kay Marie Wallace|
|Carrot Common, 348 Danforth Avenue, Suite 212, Toronto -- beside Book City, by Chester TTC station|
|Kay Marie Wallace, combining her success as a professional sculptor, author, and poet with her seasoned experience as an organization transformation specialist, advises business on the role of creativity and innovation in organization change. Her belief is that creativity can open a conduit to the individual, the organization or the world's spirit or soul, and thus translate into major shifts in value paradigms. Building on her artist's mastery of the creative process, Kay Marie draws on her strategic planning experience to map out the archetypes and classic stages in creativity. She addresses the dual perspectives of the individual and the organization, as well as implementation factors required to support a creativity initiative.|
|Topics covered in the session include:
|Kay Marie's bronzes are held in private collections both in
the United States and Canada. Following her stunning multi media show at Wilfrid Laurier,
her forthcoming shows include Maggiofesta in May, Two Women Two Cultures, One Path, with
Maxine Noel, and Tuscan Dreams in November in Toronto. Her book,The Spiral Path, is
featured in bookstores in Canada and in Italy: Her next poetry reading is with the
Canadian novelist, Jane Urquhart, on April 24. Kay Marie teaches a studio course for the
individual on The Creative Dance, and speaks to audiences on creativity. Please visit her
website at www.LindaKayMarieWallace.com
Our thanks to Kay Marie for donating her time to support the work of the Centre for Spirituality at Work.
|$30.00 pre-paid by Monday,
April 23, or $40.00 at the door.
$10.00 less for employees of registered charities.
Please mail your name, address, phone number, and
e-mail along with a cheque payable to "Spirituality in the Workplace" to:
|And you may contact Kay Marie at email@example.com with any questions or to let her know you're coming.|
|Last updated April 3/01|