Transforming World With Word: Transformative Language Arts
The Transformative Language Arts (TLA) Network supports individuals and organizations that promote forms of the spoken, written, and sung word as a tool for personal and communal transformation. We offer an annual conference, The Power of Words,; online classes; a global community-building project, One City One Prompt; membership and ample resources.
TLA is an emerging field, profession, and calling that acknowledges and supports the power of the spoken, written, and sung word to encourage community-building, cultural shifts, health and healing, liberation, and celebration .
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The TLA Network is thrilled to introduce our new coordinator, Deb Hensley, who is currently working alongside Callid Keefe-Perry, our present coordinator, and will take the reins Nov. 1. Deb is a singer, collaboratively and solo, and she has performed … Continue reading
This was recently posted in the TLA Resources center as a new page: Many who ask about how Transformative Language Artists make a living can find a bevy of inspiration in both an interview with TLA founder Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg at … Continue reading
Suzanne Adams, founder of Write to the Center, as well as "It's All About You" workshops for girls offered through Artreach, just had her article "Transforming the Stories of Adolescent Girls," printed in Radical Psychology (vol. 9, issue 1). Take … Continue reading