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Workshop: The Process of Having A Creative Process with Jennifer Williams

We're thrilled to host The Process of Having a Creative Process, taught by Jennifer Williams on Saturday, November 12th from 7-9pm!

This workshop invites participants to look deeply at their creativity, their sense of self, and the demands of society. We will create a more welcoming space for everyone to speak to their experience and better realize their ingrained habits and thought processes that might hinder or help their process. Each participant leaves with a copy of the workbook, prompts to refresh their process, and a new community to turn to for support. 

Jennifer Williams is a writer and musician based in Oakland, California. She created 'The Process for Letting Yourself Have a Creative Process' as anartist-in-residence at Have Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she led her first workshop with the booklet. She has since led several workshops in the Bay Area, as well as printed another discussion-based zine called 'The Better Feminism Workbook'. In 2014 she graduated with an MFA in Fiction from Mills College, where she received the Ardella Mills Prize for her thesis. She is currently working on her first novel and was a fiction finalist for Disquiet International. Her music projects include Gossimer and Orra.

Class is limited to 12 participants and the cost is $25. Sign up now to secure a spot!