Day: March 28, 2019

WORKSHOP: Practice Writing Without Fear With Nina Rota and Ellen Krout-Hasegawa

Practice Writing Without Fear With Nina Rota and Ellen Krout-Hasegawa

We use short meditations, free writing, and word exercises to help creative people develop ways of diving into the stream of consciousness without sinking. We will focus on exercises to get our mind and body working together in a smooth flow without being interrupted by our negative inner voices and the negative voices which surround us. This workshop is for writers and anyone else who is creative—visual artists, video bloggers, designers—anyone using the creative process.

Date And Time: Sat, April 6, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Location: 1888 Center, 115 North Orange Street, Orange, California 92866

The cost of the workshop is $20. Please purchase tickets here.

Nina Rota is a writer and filmmaker. Her writing can be found in Witness Magazine, Entropy, and Red Fez among others. Her short films have appeared in Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time project and Anthology Film Archives. She is currently working on a book of essays titled Walls Crumble Before Me…

Ellen Krout-Hasegawa is a gender-queer artist, writer and native Angeleno. For more than a dozen years at the LA Weekly she wrote a plethora on books, theater, music and good times. Her writing has appeared in the LA Times, X-Tra Contemporary Art Quarterly, and Hers 2: Brilliant New Fiction by Lesbians. Currently, she can be found with some frequency at the Tom of Finland Foundation, known only as “Owen.”