This study group is for participants who are passionate about pursuing visual creative activities and who love to share their experiences with others who are similarly inclined. At its fourth edition, this study group is relevant to a wide range of visual creative activities: drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, architecture, ceramics, jewelry, wood working, textile art and similar activities. Elements of experience to be shared include characterization of the activity, objectives, techniques, personal evolution, physical and social context in which it is developed, successes, and failures. Classroom display of personal work is encouraged. Interventions by invited artists are envisioned.