Customized Programs and Book Club Appearances
Ann offers customized customized expressive arts and poetry programs for individuals and groups of all ages through her practice, The Possibility Project. She also offers materials for book clubs who choose to read and discuss her books, No Barking in the Hallways: Poems from the Classroom and The Altar of Innocence. If you are interested in more information about customizing a program, contact Ann by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- BOOK CLUB DISCUSSIONS: Has your book club read No Barking in the Hallways: Poems from the Classroom or The Altar of Innocence? Ann provides discussion questions and is available for in-person as well as Skype discussions with book club members.
- WHO’S YOUR MUSE? ~ Use the gifts of modern day muses to help gain new insights and move towards your personal and professional goals.
- KRONOS & KAIROS and ReIMAGINING TIME ~ Both workshops use a combination of arts and journaling to address time challenges and map out new strategies to help you personally and professionally.
- THE THREE PILLARS OF HOPE ~ Work through life transitions like divorce, empty-nest, career-change, and loss using poetry, journaling and art.
WRITE FOR YOUR LIFE© Journaling Program
Would you like to build a daily practice of journaling? This multi-session workshop offers exercises in expressive writing, journaling, art, and movement to stimulate new ways of looking at your challenges and goals .
POET IN THE SCHOOLS
Ann provides interactive poetry residencies for children in grades K-12. She works with the teachers to determine goals for the residency and then selects appropriate poems and poetry techniques to explore in a series of interactive poetry experiences. Students benefit from the residencies by gaining a new appreciation for word play, expressing themselves in a meaningful context, and performing for their families and peers.