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Create & Chill
An online community for creativity.

Create & Chill is a virtual drop-in open studio where individuals can explore and express their creativity alongside others in a safe and welcoming space. 

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Create & Chill is a space where like-minded people can come together to create, share and connect with themselves and others!

No prior artistic experience is necessary – this is a judgment-free zone where you can freely explore various artistic mediums and techniques. Whatever your preferred way of creating may be, our goal is to encourage self-expression and self-discovery.

Consider this your dedicated time to create, just for you.


  • We meet virtually via ZOOM and begin with short introductions (name, location).

  • Each session is 90 minutes and includes art-making and sharing time.

  • Each session will have a different prompt to encourage inspiration. All activities, including introductions, video participation, and sharing, are offered as invitations and are optional.

  • Bring whatever materials or media you have available. If specific materials are needed, we will let you know in advance.

  • Participants will have time to explore the theme and will have the opportunity to close the session with personal reflections on their work, if they are open to it.

Meet the Team


Sara Flicht is an arts facilitator and art therapy student with a varied background of experience.
While initially focusing on dramatic art, Sara has always used creativity as a source of joy and connection, and was inspired by its way to encourage creativity in herself and others. This brought her to study a post-graduate diploma in Art Therapy with Ciiat, the Canadian International Institute of Art Therapy.


Rooted in therapeutic practices, Sara’s approach is flexible and client-centred. With a focus on process-based, exploratory creation, she strives to create spaces where individuals can feel safe and secure while engaging with their artistic voice.


Mariya Garnet is an Expressive Arts Therapist in training, artist, coach, and facilitator with a diverse background in various disciplines.

Her journey began with musical education and advanced to an advanced diploma in Media Arts with a focus on filmmaking from Sheridan College. She has studied indigenous mental and spiritual health practices, particularly the Amazonian Vegetalismo tradition, and holds a diploma in practical psychology from the Institute of Advanced Psychotechnologies in Russia, specializing in integral neuroprogramming.

Currently, Mariya is a postgraduate student at the CREATE Institute in Toronto, studying Expressive Arts Therapy. She is also a member of the sound healing duo Project Mariri and regularly hosts community events and workshops, using music as a tool for healing and self-discovery.

Mariya's holistic approach blends her passion for the subconscious with creative expression, aiming to enrich the human experience through art, play, indigenous wisdom, and a deep connection to nature.

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