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Workshop: Truth & Dare Volume 5: Experiments in Art & Writing with Laura Moulton (3 weeks)
July 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pmFree
Truth & Dare is a creative workshop and community favorite that offers one truth (in the form of a writing prompt) and one dare (an art-inspired challenge to make/do) each week. Taking inspiration from contemporary artists and writers, we’ll generate our own work on the page and out in the world with optional hybrid adventures that may include graffiti harvesting, documenting public art, and writing letters. Most important, we’ll share our work in the supportive environment we create together. Whether you’ve attended previous Truth & Dare workshops or are joining us for the first time, all are welcome. Transportation stipends are available for in person gatherings.
Monday and Weds 11-12:30pm | July 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28
Laura Moulton is a writer and educator whose work has taken her into public schools, prisons, shelters and out onto the streets. She is an adjunct professor at Marylhurst University and Lewis & Clark College and leads writing and art residencies in Portland high schools for Writers in the Schools. In 2011 Moulton founded Street Books, a bicycle powered mobile library, serving people who live outside.