kate randall

 

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KATE RANDALL
 415.225.5762

 redredthread@gmail.com


 

 

 

 

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2017 OFFERINGS

Friday May 12 • 6 - 8 pm & Saturday May 13 • 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
INNER WILD CHILD IMMERSION for Women in collaboration with Jennifer Pennell
in SAN DIEGO

Reclaim your wild.

This amazing weekend immersion was a huge success in April 2016 so we are offering it again! Take a deep dive into your creative reservoirs and (re)discover your inner wild through art, personal transformation and playful exploration. It will be all about finding a new sense of wildness, those parts of you that are untamed, pristine, authentic and full of vitality. Explore your inner wild through a series of activities designed to take you up to and beyond your perceived limits. Be ready to engage your voice, your body and your creative force! Join us for an unforgettable adventure. Let your Self emerge as your inner wild finds freedom of expression and the deep authenticity that you're been craving. Invite a sense of aliveness in your life. Feel fully ALIVE again.

Jennifer holds space with a sense of lightness and play while also diving deep into intensity. She brings many years of experience helping people tap into what is most authentic and awake in themselves.

Kate is a creative catalyst, visual artist, yogi and teacher. Her passion lies in assisting people in exceeding their wildest dreams about their own creativity.

See www.shinelevity.com for more information about Jennifer.
See www.inner-wild.com for details and our blog.

Cost $249 includes art materials and snacks
Please REGISTER here.

Questions, please contact Kate Randall 415.225.5762 / redredthread@gmail.com


• See photos from Inner Wild Child Immersion April 2016 here.

• See photos from previous studio classes here.

• See Kate's artwork at www.katerandall.com.

Testimonials from previous classes:
Being in your studio gave me the specific type of energy necessary to let my analytical brain step aside, to leave behind
quotidien concerns, and really create from an intuitive and centered place. I don't feel I've been able to access that mindset
for years, so it was truly a gift! In a short amount of time, Kate led us through a myriad of fruitful explorations. My creative
practice forged new shapes and found new crevices thanks to this day
. - SG

Honestly. All of it was so fun for me. But most specifically, giving a little bit of direction, and helping me to break through
the initial and consuming state of overwhelm was essential. It's a place that is so familiar: I want to make things, but I don't
know what or how. And often, what comes out of me, I don't like.  So being given the seeds was perfect for me: try blowing,
try this then this. Or that and this. Stop there. Start something new. Play with this. It has made me take a little pause today,
considering the dynamic nature of what it really means to support a process, that as a guide/midwife/teacher, we want to
support others in turning toward themselves for their own best guidance. And. Sometimes to discover that, what they really
need is just to get pointed a way.  So thank you for doing that with such ease. -KM

I enjoyed that I did not know the answers. As someone who struggles with self imposed high performance expectations,
I found the removal of evaluative language and the open-ness of the atmosphere to be liberating. I feel I generally know how
to "make art," but at the same time that can be so far from the creative process - so I appreciated having the chance to not
make art, with art supplies. I also enjoyed being with different types of creative people and exchanging ideas and process
with them. Kate led us in investigations designed to unlock and expand the creative voice that exists in all human beings.
We worked through a variety of media and from many perspectives in the blend of art making, meditation, self discovery
and open discussion. The techniques we learned are tools that easily transfer across modalities. Small group size and a
relaxed, open atmosphere in Kate's beautiful, sunlit studio made the workshop as enjoyable as it was challenging.
-AK

Kate is a beautiful artist, teacher, and spirit.  She's respectful of your unfolding process, but gives direction and
shares ideas with ease, which really helped to navigate the sticky places and the overwhelm.  She's a lovely guide,
creating a fluid space to do some deep exploration, wrapped up in sweetness and some fun.  My creativity was
feeling really stuck and class was just the thing to reinspire. -KM

You create a very safe environment in which to work.  From the moment I walked in the door I knew the day would go well. 
You are very open and receptive both as a person and in your process of teaching, a primary reason why the space felt so safe.
And, the space itself bespeaks that of an artist which gives another kind of confidence. By nature you seem very easy in going
with the flow of what is in the room.  You are a wonderful teacher: full of ideas, have tons of techniques to share, supportive to
each person as they go through their process of making art, non judgmental.
- AF

It was a beautiful workshop and doing the journal form of artwork was a wanting that I did not even know I had. The cool
thing about this style of artistic exploration, which I love in writing too, is that it emerges from inside organically.
And the creator can be very surprised not even knowing where it came from. So magical. -SK

As someone who hadn’t done anything artistic in almost 3 whole years, I was hesitant to go to a full day, 8 hour long
art workshop.  But the part I didn’t realize is that it was a lot more than just a day of making art – it was a day of learning,
thinking, and self-reflection that made it completely irrelevant that my artistic skills were out of practice.  The space /
environment made it almost effortless to get back into the groove of creating, and inspired me to want to continue making time
for art in my life. CK


Kate facilitated a space in which I felt safe to feel vulnerable and express my feelings of not being artistic enough.  I felt
intimidated to come to a class in which I had no idea of what to expect, and yet when I arrived I felt held and supported
to just be myself and to try something different.  I want to continue to take classes with Kate because she truly was a wonderful
guide and an incredibly gifted teacher.  I felt inspired during the class and it continued throughout the next few days.  -CY