Just Speak for Adults
Fridays, Oct 18, Nov 15, Dec 13, Jan 10, 4-6 pm
Tuition: $110 Member | $120 General
Instructor: Daemond Arrindell
Just Speak for Adults, a class for people of color and white allies, utilizes the craft of writing poetry and the art of spoken word as the medium for engaging in self-reflection and critical analysis of social justice issues. Spoken Word is an art form that moves and shakes and inspires. At the heart of every revolution, you will find poets and Spoken Word artists. Learn more about your own history and other social issues that impact you and how to use your voice and perspective to impact others.
Daemond Arrindell is a poet, performer, and teaching artist. After more than ten years working in social services, eight of them managing the King County Crisis Clinic’s teen hotline Teen Link, his passion for spoken word poetry took center stage. He is a faculty member of TAT Lab: the Washington State Teaching Artist Training Lab; Freehold Theatre – co-facilitating poetry and theater residencies at Monroe Correctional Complex for men for 12 years; Adjunct faculty at Seattle University; Writer-In-Residence through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools Program and Skagit River Poetry Foundation.
For questions or help with registration, please call 206-259-3005