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Take part in enriching & exciting visual & literary Arts workshops with professional artists/instructors.  We offer workshops for all levels of experience, from beginner to advanced; in a variety of subjects, from foundational techniques to exploratory methods & approaches; both online & in-person.

    • Monday, June 06, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Zoom
    • 8
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    Levels: Beginner - Intermediate

    Theme: Fun!

    Monthly writing workshops on the first Monday of the month for writers wanting to develop their skills and connect with others interested in writing. 

    Join an intimate circle for a journey of writing and empowerment!

    This two-hour workshop includes a guided visualization/meditation; support circle; and inspiring writing prompts and exercises designed to connect us with the creative, the divine and ourselves. Great for all levels of experience!

    For this workshop, Marn Norwich fuses decades of experience as a writing workshop facilitator/professional writer and intuitive energy therapist.

    Workshop will take place over Zoom.

    Who this workshop is for:

    • You love to write but experience blocks at times
    • You’ve never really written but feel drawn to explore this part of yourself
    • You’re a seasoned writer craving a stimulating environment to work on your material or try new genres
    • You’d thrive in a supportive and creative circle
    • You’re welcoming healing into your life, whether this is trauma-related or in response to anxiety or depression

    Artist Bio

    Marn Norwich has been facilitating writing workshops for almost 30 years. She’s a poet, playwright and journalist and the author of a poetry collection, Wildflowers at my doorstep (Karma Press). She’s also an energy work therapist and draws on this background to create workshops that are holistic, fun, empowering and supportive. Marn facilitates online writing workshops and coaches writers through her business, Vancouver Women’s Writing Courses.

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