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Exploring creativity and identity is at the heart of a mask-painting class (below) held by the International Women’s Writing Guild. Launched twenty-five years ago, IWWG’s weeklong summer program this August brought hundreds of women to the Skidmore campus for more than fifty daily workshops—many of them focusing on the nuts and bolts of writing, but even more addressing creativity, mythology, spirituality, grief and healing, movement, and self-empowerment. It’s an occasion for “sharing our experiences of writing and personal growth,” says IWWG founder Hannelore Hahn.

 


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