Writing the Evolution: Rituals for Narrative Liberation
Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative welcomes registration for its fall Body Ecology Womanist Performance Project Virtual Intensive… Writing the Evolution. This fall we are diving deep into the fertile space of creative writing. Writing the Evolution: Rituals for Narrative Liberation pushes the boundaries of writing to encourage participants to manifest everyday rituals in support of personal and collective liberation.
This intensive is about self-care and sustaining a personal creative practice. It’s about taking yourself seriously and writing a new story for your life and your future. This is about exploration and experimentation. Writing the Evolution is about starting a new chapter and trying something new. If you have been working on your chapbook, bring your poems. If you have been working on a novel, bring a chapter. If you want to develop a personal journeying practice, this is a place. If you don’t know why you are showing up, that’s ok! Join us for the journey.
Our time together isn’t about product. We won’t have a show. We won’t produce a chapbook. Writing the Evolution is about developing an internal spiritual connection to voice and possibility.
Be prepared to teach and be prepared to grow!
2. Private Meetings (project + practice coaching)
3. Peer Review
4. Personal Rituals
5. Critical Workshop
1. Writing the Evolution
2. Writing on the Edge
3. Visionary Writing
4. Writing as Ritual
5. Writing for the Stage
6. Voicing Victory
Registration + Deposit Due: November 9
Registration Close: November 23
Final Payment: November 20
5-23: Virtual Residency (7-9:30 pm)
5: Orientation Ritual (7-9:30 pm)
7, 14, 21: Master Classes (7-9:30)
8, 12, 15, 19, 22: Craft Workshops (7:9:30)
10, 11, 17, 18: Private Meetings (To be scheduled)
23 Closing Ritual (7-9:30)
Faculty: To Be Announced
The Body Ecology Womanist Performance Project
Conceived in 2009, The Body Ecology Performance Project trains artists, activists, and educators in community action, solo, and ensemble performance through the lens of experimental, womanist performance, popular education, and cultural organizing. The Body Ecology process requires individuals to investigate the use of creativity and performance as a process for personal and social justice transformation. All are encouraged to apply, regardless of race, class, performance skills, ability, gender, sexuality, religion, etc. In short, this opportunity is open to the community.
The Body Ecology is brought to community by Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative’s Cultural Arts Direct Action Laboratory.
Please note: There are no payment plans or refunds.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No ID requirements. The course is 18 and up.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Can I update my registration information?
What is the refund policy?
No refunds. No exceptions.
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