Feb 3-5, 2017
Feb 3-5, 2017 9:30am – 5:30pm
This workshop is taught by two friends who both love photography and writing. You will learn to access your own unique inner voices through guided meditations and inspiring writing exercises that will assist you in connecting your imagery and your words.
This three-day workshop will open new channels of communication that will help you access your own inner wisdom and creativity. You will feel empowered to combine your photographs with your own writing in ways that will flow naturally from the workshop exercises. Whether you are a photographer who wants to add words to your work, or a writer who would like to express yourself through image-making, this workshop is for you.
Don’t miss this opportunity to have fun and expand your creative potential!
Joyce Tenneson is the author of 16 books, including the bestseller Wise Women. for over a decade around the globe, she has facilitated spiritual retreats which blend photography, journal writing, and guided meditations.
Critics have written that Tenneson’s work is “haunting” and seems to come from some “mysterious realm outside of time.” Joyce spent many years in an interdisciplinary Jung study group, and was a student of Joseph Campbell in her formative years as an artist. She has always had a duel interest in art and human development, and has made blending these two passions the cornerstone of her creative and personal life.
Susan Currie is managing editor at BOSTON YOGA, a new media venture from the folks who publish LA YOGA magazine. In addition to curating peace of mind, balance and fulfillment for both publications, Susan continues to document those lyrical moments of everyday life with her camera. Her photographs have been exhibited at the Yaw Key Cancer Center at Mass General Hospital in Boston, at the Photo Place Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont and most recently at the Touch Gallery in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Beyond her contributions as a writer with LA YOGA magazine, Susan’s words and images have been featured in the Boston Globe and the Huffington Post. Susan is also the creator of the Daily Inhale and the author of the new book, Once Divided (Shanti Arts, 2016) a blend of photographs and verse. She loves sharing with others and does so in a variety of workshops she teaches throughout the country.