Welcome to Women Writing for (a) Change of Bloomington!
We are part of a national network of affiliate writing schools who share a mission to provide opportunities for individuals to craft more conscious lives through the art of writing and the practices of community. WWf(a)C is a place where the individual voice is nurtured, developed and celebrated. We create unique learning environments to make this possible. Writers in our programs find a creative, welcoming, and safe community for meaningful connection, self-expression and discovery. Our writing circles, workshops and retreats are offered year round. Join us. Inspire your writing. Transform your life.
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The Writing for a Change Foundation of Bloomington
Our programming has expanded in partnership with the newly-created Writing for a Change Foundation of Bloomington. The Foundation offers a variety of adult and youth programs. More information can be found on the Foundation's website: www.wfacfb.org.
WINTER/SPRING 2015 PROGRAMS – Writing for a Change Foundation of Bloomington
(the following links will take you to the wfacfb.org website and open in a separate window):
USING OUR WORDS TO HEAL Starts Jan. 15, 2015
MONTHLY JOURNAL CLUB Starts Jan. 17
BEING TOGETHER IN THE DARK- ROMANCING THE SHADOW: WRITING AND TAROT Jan 31
CALLING OUT THE CRITIC Feb. 7
OUR BODY IS THE STORY OF OUR LIFE Starts Apr. 2
OBJECT LESSONS April 4
PERMISSION TO PLAY April 25
MOTHERING OURSELVES May 9
RIPE WITH AGE May 17
the world would split open.” – Muriel Ruykeser
"Safe and soulful… feels like a homecoming!"
The Bloomington affiliate of Women Writing for (a) Change supports the lives of individuals for whom writing is, or is becoming, an important creative and spiritual practice. The mission of the school has always been to create a healthy, creatively-charged writing community that celebrates the voices of women in search of authenticity, deeper consciousness, healing, personal transformation and re-connection.
The original vision of this expanding community of practice came from Mary Pierce Brosmer, Founder, of WWf(a)C in Cincinnati, Ohio. For “herstory” and broader context for our affiliate work, please visit WomenWriting.org.
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