Classes and Creative Spaces

Opening the Doors on the Studio Space

You might recall that I was talking a month or so back about my plans for the Studio Spacea virtual studio where you can experiment, test ideas, explore concepts, think out loud and banish fears in a safe and supportive environment.

Morning Light on the Clyde

Well, I’m delighted to say that I’m now ready to open the doors.

As this is a space for working in, making a mess, experimenting, and thinking out loud, it’s pretty much inevitable that it will evolve as it goes along, and in line with the way people choose to use it.  (Indeed, I hope that this will be one of its selling points!)

Feedback and help fixing any teething problems is going to be particularly important at the beginning, and with that in mind I’m offering the first month at 50% of the normal price ($10 rather than $20) for the first 10 members of the studio.

After the first month the price will be $20 a month for as long as you wish to remain a member.

As well as enjoying the discounted price for the first month, you’ll also get the chance to help shape and develop this space - a place that I very much hope will be a valuable resource for creative pioneers who are making, promoting or distributing their work on the web.

For more information on how the Studio Space will work and what’s included please do check out this introductory page.  If you’ve a question you’d like to ask or something you’d like to know more about, you can drop me a line either using the contact form on the site or emailing me at joanna [@]

Alternatively, if you know you’re ready to get going you can sign up with the subscribe button below.  (This will be followed up within 24 hours with an emailed invitation from me to join the Ning site where the studio is based.)

This is a new venture so it always feels just a wee bit scary to open the doors - but I have the feeling we can create something special with this space, and am really looking forward to seeing what happens now the doors are open…

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Joanna Paterson

Journal and writing coach, teaching ways to notice and capture the wonder of the everyday, through writing, poetry, and photography.

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8 Responses to “Opening the Doors on the Studio Space”

  1. On November 22, 2010 at 8:28 pm Elle B responded with... #

    Congrats on this fabulous venture, Joanna…I’m in!

  2. On November 24, 2010 at 1:22 am Karen Swim
    Twitter: karenswim
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    Congratulations Joanna! What a great gift to give to a writer (or yourself) this holiday season!

  3. On November 25, 2010 at 8:33 am Joanna
    Twitter: joannapaterson
    responded with... #

    So glad the space resonates with you :-)

  4. On January 4, 2011 at 10:05 am stargardener
    Twitter: stargardener
    responded with... #

    Congratulations! And my gratitude … Because I have decided to make this a part of my personal “space” and time investment. I am in the midst of change and your words consistently add a sparkly element of my recent {and parallel} thought collages! ;-)

  5. On January 9, 2011 at 1:03 pm Joanna
    Twitter: joannapaterson
    responded with... #

    @stargardener: Great stuff :-) See you there!

  6. On January 22, 2011 at 5:31 pm Sarah Allen responded with... #

    Ooh, this looks interesting. Great ideas. Thanks!!

    Sarah Allen
    (my creative writing blog)


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