The Creative Path


Labyrinths have intrigued human populations for centuries, and Cerimon House introduces a series of interactive workshops to explore this working metaphor.  The Creative Path workshops explore several humanities-related subjects, and the study and use of our walking labyrinth (a beautiful floor tarp, 33 feet square, and occupying our main auditorium once a month) is a major part of the learning experience.

You can't get lost on a labyrinth - unlike mazes which are designed to "amaze or confuse" the seeker - for there is a forward path (with twists & turns, of course) and there is an arrival point at the center, a place of integration and calm. The Cerimon House labyrinth is an adaptation of the historic medieval Reims, France path which features five concurrent arrival points on the journey.

Working with a collective of inspiring designers, artists, and teachers, Cerimon House Founder Randall Stuart has created a large-scale walking path that finds a home within our building. It is a dynamic tool for so many interests: historical, meditation, resolutions, recovery, and creative development. Mr. Stuart, a lifelong student of culture, philosophy, and thanatology, is the author and curriculum developer for The Creative Path workshops.