In It for the Long Haul Workshop
Monday, Feb 1, 6:30-8:30 pm
Tuition: FREE (must register to reserve spot)
Instructor: Daemond Arrindell
Location: Online via Zoom
The fight for racial justice and equity has existed since before the inception of this country. Art and beauty and joy have always been a part of the fight, not something we set to the side when there is time. This workshop will be an artistic exploration of beauty and joy despite the tragedies around us, the barriers in front of us and those within us.
Daemond Arrindell is a multi-genre writer, arts educator, performer, and arts & equity consultant. He has written for City Arts, Specter, Crosscut, Poetry NorthWest, and Seattle Review of Books, and self-published two chapbooks, “Hungry for the Word,” and “Mission Statement.” He is Adjunct Faculty at Seattle University; Faculty member of Freehold Theatre and co-facilitator of poetry and theater residencies at Monroe Correctional Complex for men; Senior Writer-In-Residence through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools Program; a Jack Straw Writer and Writer’s program curator; and a VONA/Voices Writer’s Workshop fellow. In 2019, he performed his first one-man show, “Frozen Borders,” a performative exploration in imagery, poetry and emotion on the subject of the United States’ southern border.
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