Pause for a moment with a once weekly journaling opportunity. In our virtual world finding time for pause and reflection is harder than ever before.
At each session, members of the team at the Jewish Museum of Maryland will offer prompts to guide your writing, or you can take inspiration from your weekly experience.
Registration is free and early registrants will receive a free JMM journal in the mail. The sessions will be hosted on Zoom. Links to join will be emailed to the email address you used to register for the series.
This FREE, interactive, online writing workshop combines mindfulness theory and writing practices in order to promote emotional well-being and fulfillment. Participants will learn easy strategies for incorporating mindful writing into their every-day routines. Open to Augusta University and the public.
To register and receive the meeting link, email WRITINGCENTER@augusta.edu.
June 24th – 28th, 2019 | 1 PM – 5 PM | Jessye Norman School of the Arts
Open to 5th – 8th grade students. This playful and highly engaging class will teach students how to write vivid stories and poems. Beginner to advanced level students are welcome and will receive instruction catered to their skill level. The camp concludes with a reading of the students’ work. The students’ teachers will be Sea Stachura, an award-winning journalist, fiction writer, and oral historian (M.A., M.F.A.) and Tiara Dugger, a published, teen author. Age exceptions are considered, and scholarships are available. To inquire, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost: $100 | Register online HERE!