Imposter Syndrome is a particularly insidious and pervasive phenomenon, especially among artists who identify as women, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, non-binary, and/or disabled. It can stunt our growth, keep us from achieving our goals, and silence our voice. In this workshop, we will identify the roots of Imposter Syndrome in ourselves and how it manifests — self-sabotage, perfectionism, and limiting beliefs.
The group will work through the ways in which existing harmful structures like capitalism, racism, homophobia, and the patriarchy keep us from realizing our potential.
This is a donation-based class meaning that you only pay what you can afford. If you cannot make it to the class in-person, a recording will be sent out shortly thereafter.
About the Instructor:
This class is led by Claire Curley, the Executive Director of Broad Room. She focuses her work on the magic of uncomfortable transformation and nurturing the resilience of creatives. Claire is 30, survived her Saturn Return, and loves pickled onions.
*Tickets for this type of workshop are usually $15-$30, but do not feel pressured to play that much if it is outside of your budget.
Phone: (916) 307-9495