Date(s) - 02/03/2021
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Join Poet Rachel Kann for a creativity ritual combining inspiration and a prompt in a safe, supportive space every for a special Maker Midweek! Wordy Wednesday!
Rachel is passionate about helping you feel inspired.
This is a generative creative writing workshop.
…With that said, no matter what genre or medium you want to express yourself through, this online workshop held in the virtual zoom-realm lends itself to a multiplicity of expressive forms.
In a feel-free environment of non-enforced participation, each week we will make time to create the beginnings of a new piece of poetry (or whatever art form you choose) through the following process—
*ground in through gentle guided meditation
*be inspired by poetry from a diversity of the all-time greats
*take part in a prompt-driven generative creativity exercise
*reflect on your creation
Open to all levels and all genres.
About your Workshop Facilitator: Rachel Kann is the 2020 New England Jewish Poetry Festival’s Featured Poet and a 2019 WORD: Bruce Geller Memorial Prize recipient for her latest poetry collection, How to Bless the New Moon, from Ben Yehuda Press. She is a poet, performer, ceremonialist, teaching artist and ordained Kohenet. Rachel was a 2019 Inquiry Fellow through American Jewish University’s Institute for Jewish Creativity and was a 2017 Asylum Arts Reciprocity Fellow and the 2017 Outstanding Instructor of the Year at UCLA Extension Writers’ Program.