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Introduction to Journaling with Writer-artist, Adrienne Jaeger
July 18 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
During this class, participants will learn about the benefits of journaling for self-reflection, stress relief, personal processing, and creativity. Students will engage in writing exercises, prompts, and learn techniques to develop and expand their own personal journaling practice. Students will then personalize their own journals using mixed media and collage techniques. All materials, including journals, will be provided. Students will also come away with a collection of prompts and resources to inspire and support future journaling. No previous writing or journaling experience is required!
Note from the instructor – This class is not a “workshop.” There is no pressure or requirement to share what you write. Your journal is for YOU. My intent is to provide a safe creative space to explore how journaling might personally benefit each individual. Please come with an open mind and open heart, ready to interact with your own unique thoughts and ideas.
About Adrienne Jaeger
Adrienne Jaeger is a poet, photographer, and grant writer. She holds an M.F.A. in Poetry from the University of Southern Maine-Stonecoast and B.A. in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing from St. Norbert College. Her poetry can be found in the Aurorean, Stoneboat Literary Journal, Minerva Rising, and Uncommon Core: Contemporary Poems for Learning. Adrienne has been journaling for 10+ years and finds it beneficial for her creative process, relationships, and overall state of mind.
Bag lunch w/your own beverage
Your preferred writing implement – pen, pencil, other
Your own items to personalize your journal (otherwise LOLA has many materials to choose from).
-Interesting or personal bits of paper, photos or images
-Scrapbooking paper, wallpaper, wrapping papers, ticket stubs, stickers, stamps, etc.
LOLA Center for the Arts – Upstairs Classroom
All materials supplied – including journal
Payment/registration deadline: July 11
Sign up today! Limited number of students in class.
Should conditions change, a virtual format will be scheduled.
No refunds will be given after the deadline date.
Parking is available behind the LOLA Center for the Arts building.
Register: lolaartswi.com or call the LOLA office at 715-547-3950
Land O’ Lakes Arts (LOLA),
4262 County Rd. B Land O’ Lakes, WI
LOLA is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.
LOLA will make every effort to keep students and teachers safe. Social distancing, hand washing & sanitizing procedures must be followed. The CDC strongly recommends and encourages visitors to wear their own protective face mask and/or gloves