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Writing Workshop // Tarot Time: A Book Project with Elissa Ball

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Tuesday, September 26, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

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TAROT TIME: A Book Project with Elissa Ball

Two-Part Workshop:  Tuesdays of Sept. 26 and Oct. 3 @ 7PM (attend both days)
Performance:  Monday, Oct. 30th @ 7PM

Tarot cards are mysterious and often misunderstood. In this creative writing class, you'll learn how the Tarot tradition shares similarities with poetry and creative writing. Both practices are rich in images and use symbolism to express feelings. We'll cover some Tarot basics too. Each participant in this class will pick one of 22 (Major Arcana) Tarot cards to explore through writing. Poetry, prose, and experimental forms are all encouraged! No one will be forced to workshop their piece, but feedback and assistance are certainly available.

By the end of this two-week project, you'll take home a beautifully bound book of Tarot cards and the words they've inspired. A Halloween-themed book release party and public reading will take place Oct. 30, complete with spooky surprises and weird delights!

 

F.A.Q.s

Do I have to register to come?
Yes, you MUST register to come as workshops have a limited number of spots. We want everyone at each workshop to get the individual attention they need, which is why spots are limited.

How do I register?
Register via our Eventbrite page (if you're reading this, then you're in the right spot!). If there is a cost involved with the workshop, Eventbrite will walk you through the steps to pay for the workshop with a credit card. If you do not own a credit card, email programs@spark-central.org with the details of the workshop for which you want to register.

Who is welcome at workshops? Does one have to have a certain skill level or be a certain age?
Spark Central prides itself on bringing together beginners, professionals, and everyone in-between. Teens 16+ are welcome to register for workshops. We prefer children under 16 register for playshops instead of workshops, but we are open to discussing unique circumstances.

I can only come to some of the sessions of this workshop. Should I still register?
Because we only have a limited number of spots for each workshop, we ask that you register if you can attend all sessions of the workshop. This also honors the teachers and the time they spend preparing your experience. Also, multi-session workshops often build upon concepts/skills learned in previous sessions. 

If you become ill unexpectedly after registering or have to miss a workshop session due to an emergency, please contact programs@spark-central.org.

What do I need to bring to this workshop?
Usually, any items you are expected to bring are listed in the workshop description. If you need to bring any special items with you to the workshop, you will receive those instructions in a separate email a week or so prior to the event.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is free two-hour parking behind the Spark Center in Kendall Yards. Free 90-minute street parking is also available. There is also a bus stop on the corner of Summit and Monroe.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact programs@spark-central.org with questions.

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Spark Central
1214 W Summit Pkwy
Spokane, WA 99201

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)


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Spark Central ignites the creativity, innovation, and imagination necessary for people to forge the path to their best future.

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