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Originary Arts

Braiding Communities Series

Co-sponsors -

Originary Arts Initiative

Place Keepers

Urban Appalachian Community Coalition

Appalachian Flow Homecoming

Sunday, September 29, 2024

2-8 pm  festival-style event

$10pp

Celebrate Cincinnati's unique Appalachian heritage! 

Music, storytelling, literary performances, dancing, folk art, Appalachian food tasting, best pie contest, & more for people of all generations and heritages.   

Primary sponsor: Urban Appalachian Community Coalition

Creative Streams: Poetry Writing Workshop 

Friday, April 5th, 2024

6:30-8:30 pm 

 $40, refreshments included

Celebrate National Poetry Month by exploring unique ways to enrich voice, flow, sensory details, and tension in your poetic craft.  We’ll ponder diverse writing themes inspired by creeks, streams, and rivers, and learn about submission calls and contests running through the Appalachian watershed.   All are welcome in this supportive, productive circle!  Sponsored by Originary Arts Initiative.

 The "I Remember" Story Exchange

Friday, May 24th, 2024 

6:30-8 pm

FREE, donations accepted

Embrace the power of remembrance.  What special recollections of people, places, work, and service do you carry with you? Celebrate Memorial Day weekend by sharing and listening to powerful, creative expressions of writing, music, art, and storytelling in this open mic style event.   
 

Spirit of Song- Lyric Writing Workshop & Community Song Circle

Friday June 28th, 2024 

6-9 pm

Pricing: $40, refreshments included (Community Song Circle, 8-9pm FREE)

Explore unique ways to enrich voice, flow, sensory details, and tension in your creative writing pieces.  Borrowing from the thematic landscape of creeks, streams, and rivers, we will hone our craft to specific calls from publishers.   All are welcome in this supportive, productive circle! 

Primary sponsor: Originary Arts Initiative (OAI)

Living Story: Creative Renewal Retreat 

Sunday, August 11, 2024

12:30-5:30 pm 

 $TBD

This women's retreat focuses on intentional making, creative dreams, and the role of storytelling for our personal visions and goals. Living Story is a dynamic, adaptive interpretation of life in action, where what we make and do is primarily shaped by our value for cultivating inspiring relationships with people, practicing cultural curiosity, and experiencing peace and insight in nature. The art of living story rises from a willingness to risk creative empathy and movement beyond existing (and often limiting) designs.

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