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Welcome!


The Creative Center seeks to provide a community where people can live authentic lives, creatively and spiritually.

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Welcome!


The Creative Center seeks to provide a community where people can live authentic lives, creatively and spiritually.

Welcome

Founded in 2005, The Creative Center is a unique community of artists, non-profit entrepreneurs, and other courageous folk seeking to make the world a better place by living authentic lives. We rent studios, offer classes and discussion groups, and sponsor events intended to help people become their true selves.

Please explore our web site or come by for a visit. If you would like to become a part of our community, or would like to stay in touch with what is happening at the Center, please contact us.

Currents Blog

Below on the left are some of our most recent blog posts. We invite you to read these to learn more about TCCC:

Currents
Girls, Inc.
Visual Spirituality

Jack Stone's Thursday Night Students Show 

Pearls from our weekly painting sessions I enjoy watching people grow in their response to what calls to them from deep inside. People who are drawn to painting seem to find a way to pursue it, even if later in life, or between careers, or between other life tasks. A group of such select folks have been meeting with me every Thursday evening for  about seven years, with new members always welcomed as circumstances allow. We are aged from 20’s to 80’s, carry fascinating personal histories, and approach our subjects in completely distinct ways – but all happily bonded by our love of painting. In the course of months and years, wonderful things have emerged from this merry band. The show currently hanging in the Community Gallery area of The Creative Center represents possibly a tenth of the output from this ongoing class. Hung in random “salon style”, there are paintings of family and friends, travel subjects, visited landscapes, experimental abstractions, still life studies that hold an intrinsic excitement in the mere power of observation.  I am tremendously gratified by these achievements of my students, who feel almost like family to me. Their work is a strong testament to the steady response to an inner voice, a willingness to be patient and persistent, to be open to my suggestions and those of peers.  This class is an oasis in the midst of the routines and stresses of life, a place and time of refreshment and renewal, and of personal growth toward mastery.  Jack Stone

Pearls from our weekly painting sessions

I enjoy watching people grow in their response to what calls to them from deep inside. People who are drawn to painting seem to find a way to pursue it, even if later in life, or between careers, or between other life tasks.

A group of such select folks have been meeting with me every Thursday evening for  about seven years, with new members always welcomed as circumstances allow. We are aged from 20’s to 80’s, carry fascinating personal histories, and approach our subjects in completely distinct ways – but all happily bonded by our love of painting.

In the course of months and years, wonderful things have emerged from this merry band. The show currently hanging in the Community Gallery area of The Creative Center represents possibly a tenth of the output from this ongoing class. Hung in random “salon style”, there are paintings of family and friends, travel subjects, visited landscapes, experimental abstractions, still life studies that hold an intrinsic excitement in the mere power of observation. 

I am tremendously gratified by these achievements of my students, who feel almost like family to me. Their work is a strong testament to the steady response to an inner voice, a willingness to be patient and persistent, to be open to my suggestions and those of peers. 

This class is an oasis in the midst of the routines and stresses of life, a place and time of refreshment and renewal, and of personal growth toward mastery. 

Jack Stone

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Step Inside


The Creative Center seeks to provide a community where people can live authentic lives, creatively and spiritually.

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Step Inside


The Creative Center seeks to provide a community where people can live authentic lives, creatively and spiritually.

The Creative Center is itself a creative “work in progress”. Our 40 studios have all been rented by an eclectic and colorful group of Artisans, Healing Arts Practitioners, Creative Entrepreneurs and Non-profit organizations who have joined together to continue to create this unique venue.

You never know what you might get to enjoy at The Creative Center!

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