Parents routinely say “I can’t draw. etc.” We give adults positive creative experiences. Facilitators inspire with creative projects (art, poetry, welding…) Adults share (anonymously/virtually) with a small community for support/encouragement.
Thanks Belen - I'm glad you like this approach. I agree that the ' all family' approach does seem to be the way to get adults involved in the creative confidence-building community. Thanks for your enthusiasm!
Sheba - this is a good idea. We found activities that include both the adult / parent and the child to be the best way to engage people in the platform. Reaching out to families as a unit - or at least to multiple family members is a great idea, and could be a good way to incorporate a 'social' dimension to this concept. Thanks!