Join Dark Mountain editor Charlotte Du Cann for this weekend course in July.
Do our words matter? Can the act of writing redirect the course of our lives? By activating our imaginations and speaking out, can we change the cultural stories and myths by which we live, individually and collectively?
This creative non-fiction weekend course is for all those looking to discover some key tools for navigating rocky times, from making meaning and broadening our collaboration skills, to laying down some tracks to restore the world and co-create a different kind of future.
During the course of the weekend we will explore how to listen to different voices (human and non-human), how to work with real life material, how to find our own ‘medicine story’, and how to sustain a writing practice in times of urgency. The weekend will include writing ‘tech share’ and exercises, myth telling and story-sharing, and combine group work around the fire, by the river and under trees and stars, with time for individual contemplation and writing.
Suitable for all writers who want to develop their craft, changemakers, artists, activists, designers and community workers. Bring your brilliance and your swimming costume!
Booking: to register email firstname.lastname@example.org
Further info: Carol Hunter email@example.com.
For more background check out Charlotte’s latest blog The Uneasy Chair: http://charlotteducann.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/the-uneasy-chair.html
NOTE: This course is now full. If you are interested in similar events and teachings do get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!