Writing as Advocacy

Date: October 22, 2017

Time: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Location: Cedar Hall of Design Build Bluff, 7th East and Mulberry St.
Bluff, UT 84512

Available spaces: 5 out of 12


Writer/poet/artist Irene Nakai Hamilton will lead a writing exercise using a variety of genre.  Explore writing as a self-care strategy.  Learn methods to create and expand your narrative.  $ 5 fee.  Limit 12 participants. 

This workshop will be held at the Cedar Hall of the Design Build Bluff Campus on 7th East and Mulberry.

Author’s Bio:

Ta’neeszahnii nishłî. Bit’ahnii báshíshchíín.
Tábäähá dashicheii. Naakaiidine’é dashinálí.

I am of the Rugged Lands clan, my father of Bit’ahnii clan, nephew of Hastiin Ch’il Haajiní / Manuelito.  Maternal grandfather is of Water’s Edge clan and paternal grandfathers are Naakaii, Spanish wanderers.

Irene Nakai Hamilton,  an Utah Navajo artist of words, ideas, and other media, is a continuous resident of the San Juan River valley. Recently retired from 30 years of teaching, she now devotes time to writing, gardening, ethno-botany and other artistic ventures. Irene has worked with students of all ages: pre-school to adult.

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