miglior ebook opzioni binarie An eloquent afternoon with Clara Hsu, Vismaya Lhi and David Acevedo.
Explore your personal connection to poetry.
Discover the power of the voice
and the possibilities of expression through acting.
imp source This workshop begins with a conversation on how poetry affects our lives and gives us a deeper understanding of language and ourselves. We examine our need to write and the meanings that we attach to our writing.
http://ajm-web-designs.co.uk/faq-website-design-development/ How does the voice on paper transfer into the human voice? What happens when we read our own work—-are we reading to ourselves or to others? What does it take to be "heard"?
More about the author Acting ignites the power of persuasion by tapping into our own dynamic world that is most often not utilized. To realize and pursue the potential is to enrich our daily lives with surprises and energy.
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follow url This workshop is designed for people who are interested in self-exploration. No writing, singing or acting experience needed. Of course, writers, musicians and actors are welcome.
click to read more Testimonials for workshop on Nov 27th, 2016:
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