Liora Sponko (empowerment coach and Executive Director of Lane Arts Council)
Carol Jean Marine (artist, teacher, and author)

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Hult Center Studio
1 Eugene Center


As artists and creatives, you are clearly passionate about your creative expression but might be struggling to make real progress on your goals. Often we are stopped from taking action because of the fears and disempowering stories we tell ourselves. This workshop will help you uncover your path to creative success by transforming your fear into inspired action. You will develop empowering mindset tools to help you focus on your creative practice, build your business, or accomplish any goals you desire! This workshop will be co-facilitated by a working artist and empowerment coach and will focus on three important areas:

  • Uncover the fears and stories that get in your way
  • Get clear on your vision and goals
  • Become inspired to take action!

About Liora Sponko
Liora Sponko serves as Lane Arts Council’s Executive Director and is also an Empowerment Coach for artists and creative professionals. She is passionate about helping artists develop an empowering mindset to manifest their creative desires. Liora has been coaching for over five years and provides both individual and group coaching programs. You can learn more about her offerings as

About Carol Jean Marine
Carol Marine is a professional artist, teacher, and an author. She wrote “Daily Painting: Paint Small and Often to Become a More Creative, Productive, and Successful Artist.” Carol and her husband run the online gallery: Daily Paintworks ( She lives in Eugene with her husband and son.

This workshop is part of Lane Arts Council’s 2019 Professional Development Workshops for Artists.

Presented in partnership with the City of Eugene Cultural Services Division.  Thank you to our generous sponsors: Columbia Bank, The Duck Store, Vistra Framing and



This workshop fee is $20 (Register for multiple workshops for a discounted price).

Contact Stacey Ray at or 541-485-2278 with questions.