The Cloud and The Sky: Inside Outside Stories
Saturday, July 22, 2017
10 to 11:30am
The workshop will focus on using images from and a connection to the natural world as a starting point for exploring perspective and theme in our personal stories. We will look at how our inside stories create our outside circumstances and how we can become storychangers in order to empower and transform our personal stories and our outside circumstances. We will discover how we can use nature as our guide to strengthen our awareness muscles and how becoming aware can be used as a first step in helping us to examine and re-language our stories for positive change.
Karen Helene Lizon, M.F.A. is a local Pittsburgh writer, teacher, and mentor to individuals and groups who are seeking ways to develop more empowering and evolved stories for personal and collective transformation. Her fiction has appeared in various literary journals, such as Gone Lawn, The Adroit Journal, and Weave Magazine. Her yet-to-be-published novel Payden’s Melody was a semi-finalist for the Eludia Award. In addition to teaching at Robert Morris University, Karen offers workshops and mentoring for individuals and groups interested in creating new world stories for personal and collective transformation. She holds an MFA and studied both in the U.S. and Ireland.
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In case of severe weather, the workshop will be canceled and registrants refunded. For information on the status of the program, please call 412-444-4464.