Currently on view:
The Studios of Key West will be located at our new home at 533 Eaton Street beginning this winter. When planning your visit, please take this into consideration when booking your accommodations.
$40/ $50 mbrs each session
$70/$90 mbrs full workshop
Session one 9AM- 12PM
Session two 1PM-4PM
*Students may chose to attend one session, or both. Please select “full workshop” if you wish to attend both sessions.
In 2010, Steve retired from medicine to devote more time to his other passion, engaging audiences all around the country with his unique brand of personal experiences and practical humor. Steve has spoken to thousands of people since 1987, throughout the United States, Canada and Israel. Through his passionate keynote speeches and dynamic workshops, Steve’s inspirational stories and concrete examples help professionals, general audiences, and our youth learn how to communicate and connect in these challenging times – making it possible for them to rediscover their passion and joys of life.
Session One: This insightful and humorous workshop will give you powerful new ways of dealing with even the most difficult people and situations, so you can keep your serenity and walk away with a smile on your face — no matter what anyone else says or does. For this session, Shama applies his knowledge to business settings and dealings within the art world.
Session Two: Are you anxious, fearful, or just not feeling confident about your next speaking opportunity? You can really look forward to it by attending this fun-filled session. Learn how to bring passion to your public speaking by choosing topics that are close to your heart, and connecting with audiences in a truly unforgettable way. Bring ideas for your presentation, and we’ll add a few “ingredients” that will make you eager and excited to share yourself and your ideas with the world.
Dr. Steve Shama holds a Bachelor of Arts (AB) degree from Columbia College , a Medical Degree (MD) from Temple University School of Medicine and a Masters Degree in Public Health (MPH) from the Harvard School of Public Health. He spent the early part of his career working with the National Institute For Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), traveling the country performing hazard evaluations in industry and conducting medical research. For over 30 years, Steve has been in private practice and has been on the medical staff of the New England Deaconess Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston. He is a member of the American Medical Association, the National Speakers Association and a life member of the Creative Education Foundation.