Glasgow Zine Fest Re-telling the Stories of our Lives
Sun 19 April 2020
Stories of our Lives
Sometimes we get stuck telling stories about our lives that keep us from doing the stuff we want. Stories with their roots in childhood. Stories society tells about people like us. Stories that have crept in from somewhere.
Taking inspiration from narrative therapy approaches, we will discover a range of exercises that can help us to re-tell the stories of our lives, inviting more possibility, growth and connection. We will use these to create our own workbooks to take away and try out.
This workshop will not be a group therapy session but will offer you tools that you may find useful for personal reflection or healing and self-care practices.
Martha Williams is a community organiser, artist and facilitator with interests surrounding fugitivity, Black feminism, psycho-emotional health and nature connection. She is also coordinator of Black Feminist Bookshop.
BSL is available for workshops upon request - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before 1 April 2020.
Part of GZF2020
2.30pm - 4.30pm, £2/£4/£6/£8/£10 (sliding scale) + £1 booking fee, Clubroom / 18+ / Only open to womxn (inclusive of trans women, and intersex and non-binary people) and people of colour of all genders
Book online / 0141 352 4900