Discovering the Creative Self
For LGBTQ+ Free Creative Workshops, funded by Literature Wales Writing for Well-being Scheme
Join writer and performer Kerry Steed and illustrator and puppeteer Di Ford in a unique day of workshops designed to free up your creativity.
The focus of the day is to explore and embrace our creative self, to give ourselves permission to respond to that part of us which wants to write a poem, paint a picture, tell a story. During the day you will discover imaginative routes to ‘be-friend’ your creative self: experiment with playful wordy ways and reflective writing techniques; design and dress your creative character using a 12” mannequin and colourful fabrics; in a gentle, introductory voice workshop you’ll discover how your creative voice can sound. Throughout the day there will be invitation to share individual stories in a safe space. Expect to laugh, be moved and make friends.
The day will culminate in a sharing of creative output open to friends and family.
‘Creativity and storytelling are empowering forces, through them we can explore our sense of self, take ownership of identity and feel that our individual stories are being seen and reflected back to us. I hope participants will harness and liberate their creative voice, while creating friendships and a sense of belonging.’ Kerry.
Suitable for curious creative beginners and those already on their creative journey.
For the LGBTQ+ community
Suitable for 18+
Small World Theatre, Cardigan
Saturday 30th, November
10.00 am – 5.30 pm
**Free of charge**
*Spaces limited so please book in ahead.
For more information and to book your place please contact Kerry Steed
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07989 110171.
**Supported and funded by Literature Wales, Literature for Well-being Scheme.