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Show:Tell High School Creative Writing & Print Camp

This summer we’re partnering with Alder Commons on after school camps that will take place rain or shine in their ample and dynamic outside spaces! Check out the offerings and dates for camp below. Sliding scale and no-cost spots available. Reach out to showtell@iprc.org to inquire. Safety Considerations: We’ll be limiting enrollment to 10 campers per session, and doing all of our learning and making in outside spaces, and we will be practicing social distancing. We ask that campers bring masks. For more information about IPRC Youth Summer Camps, please email Alley Pezanoski-Browne at showtell@iprc.org.   High School Creative Writing & Print Monday, June 14th – Thursday, June 17th 3 – 5:30pm Registration form here Explore your individual voice & express yourself, with this camp that pairs creative writing, printmaking and…

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Virtual IPRC: Youth Poetry Workshop

Teen Poetry Workshop Sliding scale: $15-20 These youth poetry workshops are for everyone, whether you currently write, or are curious to try! We are going to be focused on reading, listening, and discussing poems from many different poets and writers. This will help get our creative inspiration flowing and help us to learn about the different styles of poetry, which there are many! Most of the written work we will do is free form unless we choose to delve into a specific style together. We will work with prompts, group writing exercises, and explore free/continuous writing! We will experiment with tools in our writing practice, this includes oracle cards, objects, and spoken word! In addition to a notebook and headphones, if you have objects that…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Teen Poetry Time

*Zoom Meeting Link Here* Teen Poetry Time is a weekly creative space for youth to explore free form poetry in a supportive way. This virtual space we create together will consist of free writing practice, prompts, and opportunities for self-reflection. With the use of tools such as oracle cards, objects, sounds, and other people’s poetry we will generate writing that reflects our own unique voice. Come as you are, already writing, or curious to try. Let’s get free! Every Wednesday from 3-4 pm PST Briauna Taylor is a poet, youth mentor, and seeker of magic living in Portland Oregon. She is the facilitator of the ‘Mind & Mouth’ youth poetry programming and open mic series at local non-profit Marrow. Her practice and personal mission aim…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Teen Poetry Time

*Zoom Meeting Link Here* Teen Poetry Time is a weekly creative space for youth to explore free form poetry in a supportive way. This virtual space we create together will consist of free writing practice, prompts, and opportunities for self-reflection. With the use of tools such as oracle cards, objects, sounds, and other people’s poetry we will generate writing that reflects our own unique voice. Come as you are, already writing, or curious to try. Let’s get free! Every Wednesday from 3-4 pm PST Briauna Taylor is a poet, youth mentor, and seeker of magic living in Portland Oregon. She is the facilitator of the ‘Mind & Mouth’ youth poetry programming and open mic series at local non-profit Marrow. Her practice and personal mission aim…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Teen Poetry Time

*Zoom Meeting Link Here* Teen Poetry Time is a weekly creative space for youth to explore free form poetry in a supportive way. This virtual space we create together will consist of free writing practice, prompts, and opportunities for self-reflection. With the use of tools such as oracle cards, objects, sounds, and other people’s poetry we will generate writing that reflects our own unique voice. Come as you are, already writing, or curious to try. Let’s get free! Every Wednesday from 3-4 pm PST Briauna Taylor is a poet, youth mentor, and seeker of magic living in Portland Oregon. She is the facilitator of the ‘Mind & Mouth’ youth poetry programming and open mic series at local non-profit Marrow. Her practice and personal mission aim…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Teen Poetry Time

*Zoom Meeting Link Here* Teen Poetry Time is a weekly creative space for youth to explore free form poetry in a supportive way. This virtual space we create together will consist of free writing practice, prompts, and opportunities for self-reflection. With the use of tools such as oracle cards, objects, sounds, and other people’s poetry we will generate writing that reflects our own unique voice. Come as you are, already writing, or curious to try. Let’s get free! Every Wednesday from 3-4 pm PST Briauna Taylor is a poet, youth mentor, and seeker of magic living in Portland Oregon. She is the facilitator of the ‘Mind & Mouth’ youth poetry programming and open mic series at local non-profit Marrow. Her practice and personal mission aim…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Teen Poetry Time

*Zoom Meeting Link Here* Teen Poetry Time is a weekly creative space for youth to explore free form poetry in a supportive way. This virtual space we create together will consist of free writing practice, prompts, and opportunities for self-reflection. With the use of tools such as oracle cards, objects, sounds, and other people’s poetry we will generate writing that reflects our own unique voice. Come as you are, already writing, or curious to try. Let’s get free! Every Wednesday from 3-4 pm PST Briauna Taylor is a poet, youth mentor, and seeker of magic living in Portland Oregon. She is the facilitator of the ‘Mind & Mouth’ youth poetry programming and open mic series at local non-profit Marrow. Her practice and personal mission aim…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Teen Poetry Time

*Zoom Meeting Link Here* Teen Poetry Time is a weekly creative space for youth to explore free form poetry in a supportive way. This virtual space we create together will consist of free writing practice, prompts, and opportunities for self-reflection. With the use of tools such as oracle cards, objects, sounds, and other people’s poetry we will generate writing that reflects our own unique voice. Come as you are, already writing, or curious to try. Let’s get free! Every Wednesday from 3-4 pm PST Briauna Taylor is a poet, youth mentor, and seeker of magic living in Portland Oregon. She is the facilitator of the ‘Mind & Mouth’ youth poetry programming and open mic series at local non-profit Marrow. Her practice and personal mission aim…

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VIRTUAL IPRC: Teen Poetry Time

Zoom meetup link here FROM BRIAUNA: Hey, Y’all! Here is some information on what to expect out of Teen Poetry Time: First off, this event is for EVERYONE and you don’t need to have any writing experience to get something out of our time together. We will not be working with any poetic structure and there are no rules. You already have poetry within you, you are a living thing! We are going to be focused on reading/ listening to poems, generating new work with prompts and free writing. Here is freewriting explained I like to use tools in my writing practice, this includes oracle cards, objects, sounds, and other people’s poetry. In addition to a notebook and headphones, if you have objects that inspire…

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Tell Me A Story? #6

Tell Me A Story is a semi-regular reading series hosted by Jessica Wadleigh at the Rose City Book Pub on NE Fremont Street. This series features storytellers and poets coming together to share their work. This free event will feature great work from: – Jewels – Margaret Malone – Briauna Taylor – Emilly Prado – Julia Wohlstetter – and your host, Jessica Wadleigh Please join us Monday, July 29th at Rose City Book Pub from 7pm-9pm. Drinks and a full menu of delicious food and snacks are available. [See also the Facebook event page]

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