By the Light of a Poem: A Winter Writing Circle

An offering from Emma Freeman
Join artist and writer, Emma Freeman for an evening of listening to poems about light and darkness by different poets. After each poem, prompts will be given and then we will write quietly together in response. Everyone will be welcome to share what emerged on the page without critique or judgement. Writing techniques will not be taught but instead the focus will be on writing intuitively, from the heart, with whatever words want to come through us in the moment. No previous writing experience is necessary. 
Materials Needed:
-A notebook and pen that flows smoothly
Class Information:
Monday, January 24th from 6:30-8pm
To register-
* After registration, additional course information and Zoom class link will be emailed to you. Thank you~

About the instructor– Emma Freeman is a contemplative mixed media artist, poet and teacher. She works across different mediums including textiles, hand stitching, weaving with nature, collage, book making, asemic writing and poetry. Her practice is slow, deep and meditative. Emma is passionate about sharing the healing powers of creativity through classes, gatherings and the podcast she hosts, “Reflections from My Art Table.” She is inspired by Buddhist teachings, deep ecology, and spiritual poetry which all feed and influence her art making. Emma is a highly sensitive person, queer, and sober. She has a degree in Philosophy and Studio Art from Alverno College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Emma lives in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin with her two rescue beagles. You can learn more about her at

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