An Analytical Psychology Club Event:
The Personal Dig – A Writing Workshop to Delve into Yourself
February 23 @ 10:00 am - 1:30 pmPrepaid Cost: $45 – $50 Cost at the Door: $55
Presented by Jan Wesley
Writing is a wonderful way to be honest and revealing, as it informs and offers possibilities of questioning and changing ourselves. It allows us greater access to understanding our lives outside, and the worlds inside us. We will explore, through writing exercises, the memories, visions, and events of daily life that fill us. This requires a “dig” as a process of examining who we are through delving into our experiences. Participants will write from ideas or “prompts” to explore particular incidents and interactions that can create connections and awareness. Hopefully, we will find that brief narratives can assist in discovering aspects about ourselves and can become a practice for self-regard, appreciation and deeper understanding of what, how and why we do what we do. You will have a chance to read aloud if you choose to. Please bring writing materials.
Jan Wesley is a freelance writer with publication in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry in numerous literary journals and anthologies including The Iowa Review and Psychological Perspectives. She has several chapbooks and a full-length book titled Living in Freefall. She received a Pushcart nomination and an MFA in Creative Writing, and was a film editor and a teacher for forty years.
Fees for full-time students and seniors (60 or over) will be $5 less than listed just below program description, unless otherwise specified. You must present a copy of your I.D. when at door to be eligible for the reduced tuition.
A refund will be given with, at least, two business days prior notice to the program. No credit for future programs will be given.
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