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A Room of Her Own Retreat

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A Room of Her Own Retreat
August 10-16, 2015
Ghost Ranch, New Mexico

Not simply a retreat, and much more than a writer’s conference, AROHO’s Retreat & Waves Discussion Series is a week-long interdisciplinary experience shaped by our transformative and generous history. In the words of participants, it is “a tapestry of women who, together, create a world of possibility for each other,” a “fearless convergence” of “supportive, wildly interesting women” sharing “a deep creative and personal journey into the writing life.”

AROHO’s Retreat program is grounded in our founding principle:  seismic personal, professional, and creative discovery made possible by community. The program strives to make room for diverse experiences, voices, and modes of expression. Each retreat offering—discussion series, studio hours, round tables, consults, readings, and intimate master classes—will be as unique as the women leading and responding.

Two types of participants attend the retreat:
~Women who wish to attend the Retreat as Program Contributors, Fellows, and/or Artists in Residence. Program contributors, Fellows, and AIRs will be listed in the AROHO program and will have unique leadership opportunities within the group.
Application window closes August 15, 2014

~Women who wish to attend the Retreat without applying for a fellowship, artist in residence position, or program leadership should submit a General Application. Though described as “attendance only,” general applicants will have equal opportunity to engage with and contribute to the program in a variety of ways, in both large and small group settings.
Application will be available October 31, 2014, and will be accepted on a rolling basis after November 15, 2014.

Learn more at A Room of Her Own.





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