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Find Your Voice - Summer of Song - FREE PREVIEW

  • Wednesday, June 15, 2022
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • via Zoom

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Find Your Voice: Summer of Song
FREE PREVIEW


At our conference in July, Arielle Silver, a nationally touring singer-songwriter, yoga teacher, and creative writing faculty at Antioch University, is offering the workshop described below. Please join us for a free preview so you can register early if you are already coming to the conference, or consider registering for the conference and enjoying this and so many other workshops!

In this week-long PLAYshop, advance registrants will be inspired by sound and story to activate their voice in the world as writers,  public speakers, and song makers. They will sing, they will stomp, and they will write, as Arielle guides them through inspired creative writing prompts, idea development, melody and rhyme, and structure. For those who would like to share their song at the end of the week, there will be performance opportunity on Thursday for the greater IWWG community.  Note: This workshop requires pre-registration and a commitment to attend all five sessions.

Attendees do not have to be skilled musicians, however, musical background will be put to good use. If you'd like, please bring your portable accompanying instrument (guitar, uke, autoharp, etc.).


Arielle Silver is a Los Angeles-based performing songwriter, storyteller, and workshop facilitator. Her fourth album, A Thousand Tiny Torches, was released in 2020, and her essays, poems, and hybrid misfits have appeared in Matador Review, Brevity, Under the Gum Tree, Lilith Magazine, and others. An alumna of Brandeis University and Berklee College of Music, she earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles, where she currently serves on faculty. In the quiet lockdown months of the pandemic, she created the weekly podcast, Tomes & Tunes, where she talks with songwriters from around the world about books and creativity; and co-founded Bhavana Flow Yoga, an online yoga studio that offers daily classes in yoga, meditation, Sutras study, and more.




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