This workshop is designed to be a warm, welcoming and creative exploration of our personal and collective journeys. Using music, poetry, writing, and open hearted conversation Carrie invites us to honor our history (compost), and reflect on what kind of stories actually sustain us in our journeys (cultivate). Carrie welcomes anyone with or without previous experience in writing, songwriting or creative expression to exploring new ways of envisioning our own stories through a creative and compassionate lens. |
Enrollment is limited to 25 people, with 5 places reserved for folk who identify as Queer creatives. Act soon if youd like a spot: we expect this to sell out quickly!
Workshop attendance is $10 - $60 with your RSVP at gatheringround.org.
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Gathering Ground thanks the Adult Education Endowment of University Congregational United Church of Christ, making it possible for all who wish to attend, by offering a sliding scale.
Workshop leader Carrie Newcomer (she/her) sings of finding the extraordinary in the ordinary with a voice as luscious as Godiva chocolate. Rolling Stone says: "Newcomer's material asks all the right questions and refuses to settle for easy answers." The Austin-American Statesman terms her voice "an instrument as dark, rich, and luscious as Godiva chocolate." A favorite artist of the Gathering Ground community, Newcomer also hosts a podcast with the master educator & author Parker Palmer on powerful responses to our fractured time.
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