The Silence That Words Come From is a poetry workshop series that explores and plays with voice and its […]
The Silence That Words Come From is a poetry workshop series that explores and plays with voice and its expression. It uses various writing and other creative exercises, to inspire, stir and call forth the words within you, and offers simple techniques for expressing them. The aim is to discover and explore your own voice, and the different ways to express it. When we are able to connect with and use our own voice, words become like clay in our hands.
The workshop is open to anyone who is interested in exploring poetry and creative writing as a tool for self-expression. No previous writing experience is needed. The exercises will benefit beginners and experienced writers. The series runs over three months, from April to June, with two workshops a month. There will be two groups running simultaneously on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Participants will join one group or the other.
The workshop will be facilitated by Toni Stuart, a poet, journalist and creative writing facilitator.
Time: 6pm to 9pm
Venue: Frank Joubert Art Centre, Keurboom Road, Claremont
Dates: Wednesdays April 18 and 25, May 2 and 23 and June 6 and 20;
Thursdays April 12 and 19, May 3 and 24 and June 7 and 21.
Cost: The cost is R250 per month (two sessions per month). The total cost is R750 for the workshop series, (six sessions in total). A deposit of R375 is payable on booking, the remainder is payable before the first workshop.
Contact: To book, or for more information, call Toni Stuart on 071 573 3597 or email email@example.com
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