New Social Enterprise Promotes Creativity
25 Mar 2010
Launching this Sunday, Lifebulb is a social enterprise, through which people can take part in new activities enabling them to fulfil their creative potential.
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Londoners are invited to a free party to celebrate the arrival of Spring and the launch of a new local social enterprise called Lifebulb. The party, held at the The Good Ship on Kilburn High Road will offer people the chance to laugh out loud with a free taster session of laughter yoga. There will also be opportunities to sing in a choir led by local choir directors, paint a pot and plant some spring bulbs.
It is all aimed at offering local people the chance to take part in new activities enabling them to fulfil their creative potential. Other activities will include a mural painting, wild costumes and baking home-made Swedish waffles. In addition, a professional photographer will be on hand to offer tips to budding enthusiasts.
‘The curiosity of people and the use of creativity as a tool to explore inside is what excites me,’ said Sofia Sullivan, an artist, teacher and creative director of Lifebulb.
Sofia started Lifebulb with Charlotte Eaton. Both are local residents, whose wish is to use their creativity and varied skills to create events and experiences that nurture people’s development, while encouraging spontaneity, freedom and joy. The organisation will be running classes, community events and holidays offering a range of activities to people wanting to explore new creative ventures.
‘Life is a whole medley of sounds, colour, experiences, flavours,” says Charlotte, Lifebulb’s managing director. I love to get in touch with this glorious, profound experience and see others do the same, connecting through laughter, music and the freedom of an accepting space. Here human nature shines at its most beautiful.’
The launch event takes place at The Good Ship, 289 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR on 28 March 2010 from 2pm till 5pm, and is open to all.
Tel: Charlotte, 07828 413 484 or Sofia, 07957 654 687
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