Freeing the Imagination: creative and devotional writing

Start Date
11th September 2020 6:00 pm
End Date
13th September 2020 2:00 pm

Course Details

This weekend will offer chance to immerse ourselves in the creative process of writing. The focus is on creative and devotional writing so we will be led by the heart rather than head, as we explore how to use the imagination to help people feel and see the world in new ways. We will offer short guided exercises to inspire creative flow, plenty of writing time and the opportunity to share together if you choose.

This course takes place at Swarthmoor Hall near Ulveston in the Lake District. Originally the home of Judge Thomas Fell and Margaret Fell, today its historic building and beautiful gardens are a wonderful back drop for courses and retreats.

You can book this course online or email or ring 01229 583204.

Ben Pink Dandelion is Programmes Leader for the Centre for Research in Quaker Studies. He has responsibility for our postgraduate programmes run in partnership with the University of Birmingham and Lancaster University. He both teaches and supervises postgraduate students in a variety of fields and his own specialism is the sociology of religion. He is a prolific author and editor.

Rosie Carnell is a life-long Quaker and a lively and creative facilitator, who enjoys getting people thinking and talking together. As Eva Koch scholar in 2018, she has developed resources for Quakers to use the P4C (Philosophy for Children or Communities) methodolgy.

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