Transformative Language Arts can be your way to make a living, follow your calling, and fill your life with meaning, connection, and even joy.
Join us for this two-hour interactive workshop to engage in conversing with your TLA calling -- to add to or become core to your livelihood, deepen your art (whether writing, storytelling, spoken word, songwriting, or more), and grow your community.
We'll write and map what's calling at large and in particular, how to focus in on what the timing is right for now, and what next steps to consider. We'll also explore what self-care and a community ethic of supporting each other can look like for you and yours. Finally, there will be time to talk about your questions and possibilities.
This workshop is being offered as an event to benefit the TLA Network.
About the Facilitators
Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, PhD, is the founder of Transformative Language Arts, author or editor of 24 books of poetry, fiction, memoir, and more, and with Kathryn Lorenzen, she leads Your Right Livelihood: The Work Art and Service You Love (YourRightLivelihood.com). A long-time community workshop facilitator and coach, she makes her living working with many communities and individuals, giving talks and readings, and collaborating with other Transformative Language Artists. Her other projects include Art of Facilitation classes with Joy Roulier Sawyer and Brave Voice writing and singing retreats with Kelley Hunt. More and her blog at CarynMirriamGoldberg.com
Kathryn Lorenzen is a career coach, creativity coach, songwriter, and poet. Her songs have appeared in feature films and TV series, and she writes for both self-expression and social change. With an earlier career in copywriting and marketing communications, she is now a career coach to freelance writers and artists seeking livelihood in support of their art. Kathryn now partners with Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg as co-leader of Your Right Livelihood (YourRightLivelihood.com), and you can find more about Kathryn at KathrynLorenzen.com.
The Transformative Language Arts Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit firstname.lastname@example.org