Visual Journaling as a Creative Tool
with writer and artist
new date to be announced shortly
Visual journaling can be one of the most rewarding forms of expression. And the best part is that you don’t need to be an "artist" or a “writer” to create and keep a visual journal. The goal is rather to tap into the mind’s natural mix of ideas, images and words by bringing together color, texts and pictures. It is about play, experimentation and exploration rather than display.
This workshop will combine creative writing, collage, book art, mind-mapping and drawing in order to get you started on a new way of recording daily thoughts, memories, dreams, goals and even to-do lists. It offers a language for tapping into your inner world, while developing a private art-making process.
Minimum/Maximum No. Participants: 8/14
Cost: 450 NIS by March 1, 500 NIS on the door (if places still available). This includes light snacks and tea/coffee, not lunch.
Location: Talbiya, Jerusalem (more details upon registration).
Registration: Sign up below and we will be in touch. Payment can be made via bank transfer, cheque/check or cash (by special arrangement)..
Cancellation policy: If you cancel within one week of the class and your place cannot be filled, you will be asked to cover the total cost of the seminar.
Endorsements for teaching:
'The Story Foundations course, taught by Nadia Jacobson and Batnadiv HaKarmi, did exactly what you think it would: it gave me a strong foundation about the actual craft of writing, something I so needed to improve my understanding of how to build a story. Both of these women helped me start thinking like a writer and more importantly thinking of myself as a Writer. I'm so excited to think about where this writing journey will take me.' (B.B.)
'Through Nadia & Batnadiv's nurture, I gained the courage to write, and the insight to understand what I was writing and how best to improve it.' (S.G.)
Batnadiv Hakarmi is a Jerusalem-based writer, editor and artist whose works have appeared in Poetry International, the Ilanot Review, and Partial Answers. She holds an MA in Comparative Literature from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where she taught composition and Introduction to Fiction. Batnadiv also received an MA in English Literature and Creative Writing from Bar-Ilan University, where she won the Andrea Moriah Prize in Poetry in 2016. She has taught visual journaling at the Brandeis Institute of Music and art and in workshops organized through Yad Sarah. She currently teaches art and creative writing at Emunah Ve’Omanut, a branch of Emunah College. Her work can be seen at www.batnadiv.com.