Sunday Sept. 8, 15, 22, 29th 2-6pm
Kaleida Creative Collective
331 W. Main Street
Durham, NC 27701
Facilitated by Zelda Lockhart
“Everything in life is in transition, sometimes so much so that home ain’t home no more and the new home hasn’t revealed itself."
In this four-part workshop write in creative community to reimagine, fashion, sharpen and oil your tools for finding your new normal.
The purpose of this workshop is for you:
• To write a personal essay as a road map to your womanish home (literal and figurative).
• To write your essay while taking in art, music, poetry and philosophy of Black Women who have been on this same tedious journey many-a-time (in order to honor her homegoing, we will definitely include some of Toni Morrison’s wisdom.)
• To remember yourself and your tools for self-defining, healing, and liberating yourself and your future generations.
Fee: Sliding scale $300 - $100
Register at www.HerStoryGardenStudios.com use the Workshops and Events tab. Pay more if you can using the Donate Tab at the top of the Website page. That will help it all come out right as rain.
Healthy Snacks & Healthy Drinks Provided
Private Consultation - 5 Session Block of 2 hr Sessions $400 or One 2 hr Session $100
Zelda Lockhart holds a PhD in expressive therapies, and is a registered expressive arts consultant and educator. She utilizes the literary arts with other art forms as adjunct to help folks do one of two things:
These goals sound similar, because healing transformation and literary product are an outcome of each, but the primary goal of the first is the manuscript with healing transformation as a secondary outcome, and the primary goal of the second is the healing transformation with some literary writing as the secondary outcome.
Location: Via Zoom or Google Hangouts.
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LaVenson Press is devoted to helping women and girls of color take ownership of their stories through publication. To that end, LaVenson Press hosts publishing workshops, and publishes a yearly literary magazine and anthologies that highlights the poetry, memoir, and fiction of women and girls of color.