The 2023 Power of Words Celebration
November 11, 2023 Online All Day
We welcome you to our 18th Power of Words conference, a special celebration of how we can build and sustain community, forge enduring individual and social change, and discover pathways to greater healing, meaning, and joy through writing, storytelling, theater, music, spoken word, and other word arts. Come connect with over two dozen musicians, storytellers, spoken word artists, teachers, community leaders, educators, and health professionals to celebrate and investigate how the arts can promote justice, healing, community-building, and social change.
This event is also a benefit for the TLA Network which, like many nonprofits, has struggled during these pandemic years, and we are deeply grateful to our visionary presenters, who are all donating their time to help us grow and flourish. But funding isn't the only thing we'll be raising: this conference will bring together people from around the world to lift our spirits, forge new initiatives, and renew our vision of the power of words to catalyze positive change.
Just as the power of words exceeds bounds, our one-day celebration conference goes beyond a day with special open mics to accommodate people from around the world and many extras you can enjoy beyond the conference.
What You Get
Recordings afterwards of readings, opening, closing, the panel, and performances.
A library of handouts from all workshops.
A $20 coupon toward a TLAN class you enroll in before May 31st, 2024
Early bird appreciation rate until the conference on November 11, 2023! ($99 fee for members/ $119 non-members)
Register & Donate: Help fund international attendees, students, people of color, and people living with serious illness or disability. Your payment includes your registration and donation:
$50* for students and people with limited incomes.
$25 international scholarship for people living outside the US in a country where the conference costs are out of reach.
We also offer some partial scholarships for people living with serious illness and/or disability or people of color through the Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg Fund.
If you'd like to apply for a scholarship for people living with serious illness and/or disability or for people of color or for students please click here.
*If you're a high school student and this amount is out of reach, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Transformative Language Arts Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization
1741 Valley Forge Road, #175, Worcester, PA 19490