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Fall Series: The Artist's Way

In this series, we will explore the powerful creative process used by Julia Cameron in her famous book, The Artist's Way. (if you've already been on this journey before, see the Note below.)

Jump-start your creativity, use writing as a tool of creative expression, and cultivate your unique voice in a supportive community.

In this semester-long class, we will facilitate an amazing process used by thousands of women across the country to develop their authentic voice through writing and community-building. We'll use prompts, poetry and prose to practice many different writing techniques.

WHEN: Starting September 2, 2015, 7-9:15 p.m., for 12 weeks (we may start a little earlier, depending on the group consensus).
WHERE: 1610 Osceola Street, Jacksonville, FL 32204 
CLASS SIZE: Limited to 12 spaces.
TEXTBOOKS: The Artist's Way, by Julia Cameron, and Women Writing for (a) Change, by WWf(a)C founder Mary Pierce Brosmer.

FEE: $300 before August 27, $325 after August 27. $75 non-refundable deposit to hold your spot. Balance due by first session.

NOTE: If you've already gone through The Artist's Way another time, and you're ready to go to the next level with your writing, you WILL be able to do that in this class. TAW is our inspiration point, but everyone will be able to jump off where they are at this time. For example, if you're interested in craft, then you can use this course to refresh your creativity but focus more on the craft side as you choose the prompts you want to work with. You WILL be able to "follow your muse," wherever it may take you! Also, our small groups will help you focus on specific pieces you are in the process of developing. So, come one, come all, no matter where you are on your artistic and writing journey. We will provide the structure and the container for your creative growth.

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  • Rachel K.

    An invitation from Left on Mallory to a series of writing nights at Vagabond Coffee in Murray Hill. http://us2.forward-to-friend.com/forward/preview?u=8b9f6efe2ec6939060c3f17f1&id=c49e19983f

    September 29, 2015

  • Rachel K.

    Very interesting article about the connections between conversation and empathy and the capacity for solitude. Provocative ideas.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/27/opinion/sunday/stop-googling-lets-talk.html?_r=0

    4 · September 27, 2015

    • Jenny A

      Yes yes and yes! I just watched the movie Men, Women & Children which focused heavily on the disconnectedness that results from our desire to be "more connected" through technology. I vote for no phones in the circle ever and "old school" watches for the timekeeper role:). Thanks for sharing, Rachel.

      2 · September 27, 2015

    • Mare

      Such a great article, Rachel! My husband emailed it to me as well -- as we sat in bed reading our iPads this a.m. LOL. Jenny, where might we buy these type of timepieces? 😜

      2 · September 27, 2015

  • Kelly

    Thank you for your presence last evening.

    5 · September 17, 2015

  • A former member
    A former member

    https://theartistswayblog.wordpress.com/2010/10/17/101-artists-date-ideas/

    Contemplating artist dates this morning. This site helped me expand my vision of what an artist date could look like. If you are looking for ideas, check it out! Happy morning pages!

    4 · September 12, 2015

  • Mare

    When we last met, I meant to mention an interesting article I read in the NYT about creativity: "We're All Artists Now." The Times even set up a follow up post "You're All Artists Now" for readers to share their creativity . . .

    3 · September 12, 2015

  • Jennifer W.

    What a wonderful group of women to travel on this journey with! Thank you, all, for being here last night.

    1 · September 3, 2015

    • Jenny A

      Thank you for welcoming us into your beautiful home. I'm delighted to be a part of this!

      1 · September 4, 2015

  • Stephany L.

    Hi, I am not able to join this session, hope to in the future. I am away, and have other commitments! Best writing to the group!!!

    1 · August 26, 2015

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