Zen Pen – Writing as Spiritual Practice with Tom Peek

When:
October 20, 2018 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
2018-10-20T09:30:00-10:00
2018-10-20T16:00:00-10:00
Where:
Volcano Art Center Niaulani Campus
19-4074 Old Volcano Rd
Volcano, HI 96785
USA
Cost:
$75/$65 for VAC members
Contact:
808.967.8222
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SmallTom Peek by Britten Traughber VAC copyZen Pen – Writing as Spiritual Practice with Tom Peek

Spiritual explorers, grab your pens! Have you ever tried writing as a spiritual practice—using a pen to deepen the conversation with your soul? Would you like to gain better insight into your life and the world around you by exploring your own thoughts and feelings?

Then join award-winning novelist and longtime Big Island writing teacher Tom Peek in his acclaimed workshop “Zen Pen – Writing as Spiritual Practice” on Saturday, October 20, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Volcano Art Center’s Ni‘aulani Campus in Volcano Village.

“Writing is a potent way to understand the human spirit, increase our awareness, examine our lives and foster compassion for others and ourselves,” says Peek.

Peek’s inspirational techniques and simulating exercises have helped hundreds of islanders explore their creative minds and unique voices. Students always go home enthused, praising his workshops as “enlivening,” “revelatory,” and “the best Saturday I’ve spent in a long time!”

Workshop cost is $75/$65 for VAC Members. No writing experience is necessary. Students are asked to bring a personal object from your home, car, workshop, office or boat, and a handheld mirror, as well as a lunch.

Peek has taught his popular workshops since 1991 through the Volcano Art Center, UH Hilo and other venues on the islands of Oʻahu, Maui, Lanaʻi and Hawaiʻi, as well as in Canada. He’s written for three decades, both professionally and to process and guide the experiences of his life. His work ranges from university publications to late night radio comedy, and includes fiction, newspaper commentaries, magazine articles, national park exhibits and award-winning video productions. His Hawaiʻi novel Daughters of Firewon a Benjamin Franklin Award from the national Independent Book Publishers Association.

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