Aseity Creations is the most comprehensive center for creative minds. Be it fine arts, drawing, painting, photography, writing, filmmaking, acting, modeling, make-up, or philosophy; Aseity Creations extends a wide array of possibilities for its students, members, and population in general. Situated in the arts district of downtown Houston, Texas; Aseity Creations serves creative individuals everywhere. Driven by a zeal for developing and supporting a positively charged creative community, Aseity Creations presents a platform for all individuals who wish to enhance opportunities and possibilities through the collective strength of a robust organization. Creative experience of over 35 years has pinnacled into this confluence of dream and sustainability for all who aspire to express authentically while manifesting existence credibly. From beginners to the advanced level creative individuals, anyone can find practical reasons and philosophical purposes to uphold their belief by joining Aseity Creations. Here, a simple curious individual can blossom into a serious hobbyist, and a serious hobbyist can embark onto the real world of professionals. In addition to offering well defined lesson plans for students, structured activities to support members, Aseity Creations also offer insight and guidance towards art entrepreneurship. Possibilities we present are deep and wide in substance as well as in competence. However, in a nutshell you can call it a breeding and grooming ground for the creative minds of all kinds or simply the launchpad for flying into your own space.
To serve methodically, Aseity Creations operates under three distinct wings.
Imagenuine is the gallery and studio wing. Members, students, and faculty staff regularly create their body of work here as well as exhibit. Regular meets, workshops, and brain storming sessions are offered here. For details click here.
Houston Artists’ Commune
Houston Artists’ Commune is the wing where members collaborate, network, advance, and receive marketing support as well as obtain various other assistance towards becoming financially sustainable as a creative individual. For details click here.
Second Identity First
Second Identity First is our school wing, however, without the rigidity of schooling system. Under a fun-loving and nurturing environment, several lessons in various subjects are offered here by a faculty of experts and professionals. For details click here.
The circle of a thriving community of creative individuals cannot be complete without active participation from the collectors and patrons. To serve the patrons and collectors, we have developed a diverse marketplace under the banner of Aseity Creations. Collectors and patrons can purchase or lease our diverse range of artworks and other creative works. We also offer budget friendly free consultation towards transposing residential and commercial properties into a diverse environment like a gallery. We welcome inquiries from all including realtors, builders, transient renters, homeowners, small offices, large corporations, and and anyone else who understands the uplifting impact of creative statement.
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Aseity Creations postpones its upcoming events due the Coronavirus pandemic. Authorities in both Houston and Harris County, Texas; have declared a health emergency effective March 11, 2020. We will reschedule events once the situation improves. However, the two events listed below will take place as scheduled. Please register to attend.
Our regular business continues as normal. Please stop by during our open house and find out the possibilities and opportunities available to you. Enrollment in our upcoming courses are now open. Other services such as Holistic Photo sessions, Interior Décor services, Book Publishing services are all available as usual. Membership registration is available now at a deeply discounted rate. This is a good time to join our mailing list. Stay tuned with all updated information at your fingertip. Your patronage during this difficult time is highly appreciated.
March 16, 2020: Monday: FUNDAMENTALS OF CHARCOAL ART: 5:45 PM-7:45 PM FREE event. Registration required. Limited seating. Door prize.
March 17, 2020: Tuesday: OPEN HOUSE: 3:00 PM-5:30 PM Registration suggested but not necessary. Gift for all.
March 19, 2020: Thursday: OPEN HOUSE: 12:00 PM-3:00 PM Registration suggested but not necessary. Gift for all.
March 20, 2020: Friday: OPEN HOUSE: 10:00 AM-1:00 PM Registration suggested but not necessary. Gift for all.
March 21, 2020: Saturday: OPEN HOUSE: 11:00 AM-3:00 PM Registration suggested but not necessary. Gift for all.
March 24, 2020: Tuesday: ART OF PRINTMAKING AND BOOK BINDING: 5:30 PM-7:30 PM FREE event. Registration required. Limited seating. Door Prize.
April 1, 2020: Wednesday: OPEN HOUSE: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM Registration suggested but not necessary. GIFT for all.
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ACTING(Limited Time Discount Available Currently)
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MAKEUP(Limited Time Discount Available Currently)
PHILOSOPHY(Limited Time Discount Available Currently)
PHOTOGRAPHY(Limited Time Discount Available Currently)
SHORT-FILM MAKING(Limited Time Discount Available Currently)
WRITING(Limited Time Discount Available Currently)
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What does creativity do for us?
- Students who are involved in the arts are 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement.
- The arts reach students who might otherwise slip through the cracks.
- Students with an education rich in the arts have historically earned higher grade point averages and scored higher on the SAT than students without arts education.
- Low-income students who are highly engaged in the arts are more than twice as likely to graduate college as their peers with no arts education.
- A 2005 report by the Rand Corporation called “A Portrait of the Visual Arts” argues that art education does more than just give students a creative outlet. It can actually help connect them to the larger world, ultimately improving community cohesion.
- According to most teachers, schools are narrowing curriculum, shifting instructional time and resources away from subjects such as art, music, foreign language, and social studies.
- One of the most disheartening statistics is the decline of arts education in underserved populations, where African-American and Hispanic students have significantly less access to arts education than their White peers.
- In “Neuroeducation: Learning, Arts and the Brain,” Johns Hopkins researchers shared findings showing that arts education can help rewire the brain in positive ways.
- Recent research suggests that to stave off cognitive decline, doing creative activities may be more effective than merely appreciating creative works. A 2017 report from the Mayo Clinic Study of Aging indicated that people over 70 who did craft projects had a lower risk of developing mild cognitive impairment than did those who read books.
- Decades of research have demonstrated that in people with dementia and other progressive neurological diseases, the ability to create art remains long after speech and language have diminished. Research has also shown that creating visual art can reduce stress and promote relaxation in people who are hospitalized or home-bound due to illness.
- In 2010, the American Journal of Public Health published a review titled, The Connection Between Art, Healing, and Public Health. The article stated: Reduction in stress and anxiety; increase in positive emotions.
- 79% of the people believe that it’s important for them to get personally involved in increasing the amount and quality of arts education.