Water Lane, off Stour Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2NQ
Writing in a journal each morning can have a profoundly positive effect on our personal and creative growth as well as our emotional wellbeing.
Recently Canterbury Poet Laureate John Siddique invited people of Canterbury to join him for journal writing workshops in Water Lane Coffeehouse. Throughout his term as Canterbury’s Poet Laureate John invites those interested in making journalling part of their everyday lives, to meet and write together and respond to a provocation. John will be in Canterbury in March, May and July and when not here in person, will send provocations to inspire each weeks journal writing session.
These will be very informal meet ups in the wonderful environment of Water Lane Coffeehouse where you can also enjoy the most scrumptious food and some of the best coffee in town.
No previous writing experience necessary just bring a notebook and a pen.
We would love it if you could let us know if this interests you, just so that we can set up the space but booking ahead is not essential.
WHEN: Every Sunday between 10:00 – 11:00 | Starting January 10th
WHERE: Water Lane Coffeehouse, Stour Street, Canterbury
TO INDICATE INTEREST: Email Jen@workers-of-art.co.uk and put ‘Journal Writing’ in the subject box.
A snippet from one of our journal writing sessions, that shows how regular journal writing can support the development of creativity in artists from all backgrounds: