Co-sponsored by The Center For Writing Excellence and ENGf 110/College Writing, this informal workshop will focus on the use of writing as a tool for becoming more present in our daily lives. Lunch served, so please register.
Wed., Feb. 14 from noon to 1:30 pm, Numen Lumen 201
Songwriters and poetry and prose writers of all experience levels are welcome to explore writing as a mindfulness practice with folksinger Carrie Newcomer. This informal workshop will focus on the use of writing as a tool for becoming more present in our daily lives. Participants will engage in experiences that help us to pay deeper attention to small moments and details of our lives. This class will include music, conversation and mindful writing experiences. Lunch provided. Listen to some of Newcomer’s music here.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate in this workshop. Let us know if you have any dietary considerations
From the Cultural Calendar: “Newcomer is a folksinger and Grammy Award winner who toured with Alison Krauss in Europe, and Nickel Creek recorded her song “I Should’ve Known Better.” With more than a dozen recordings of original music to her credit, Newcomer is recognized as an influential artist who cuts across secular and spiritual boundaries.”