Thursday, August 9, 3-4:30 pm
Hosted by: Curious Iguana at Serendipity Market, 14 East Patrick Street, Downtown Frederick
Led by: Cat Pleska, Karen Salyer McElmurray and Magin LaSov Gregg
What do we write when current issues threaten to overwhelm us, our society, our lives? We have thoughts and feelings we’d like to address, sometimes because we are scared or angry or worried or, even, hopeful of the future. Workshop participants will write about it from prompts, models, ideas, and discussion, and together we’ll discover just how important our particular art is to address meaning in troubled times.
Cost for 90-minute workshop: $35, includes copy of Voices on Unity: Coming Together, Falling Apart (Cat Pleska, editor; Karen Salyer McElmurray and Magin LaSov Gregg, contributors). Participants should bring writing supplies and are encouraged to purchase beverages from Serendipity Market. Space is limited to 15; register and pay online.
was last modified: August 5th, 2018 by Curious Iguana