An Intergenerational Creative Writing Experience for Girls!
Zora’s Daughters is a creative writing and literacy program for girls ages 8-18 years old. At Zora’s Daughters girls learn a variety of writing techniques, read the works of great Black women writers, and practice public speaking. Through creative writing, girls learn to feel more confident so they can use their voices in a world that often ignores their needs. Together, we connect and create. We are a sisterhood of creativity!
Time: 10 AM – 12 PM
Fall 2023 –
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Indiana State Museum
650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
The Indiana State Museum is a museum located within White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The museum houses exhibits on the science, art, culture, and history of Indiana from prehistoric times up to the present day.
- Fall 2022 = $25
- Winter 2023 – Summer 2023 = $100
Zora’s Daughters, a program of the Asante Art Institute of Indianapolis, is an intergenerational creative writing experience for girls. This is the place where girls are celebrated for who they are and empowered to use their voices. We believe their voices matter and their words have power! We are a Sisterhood of Creativity!
Salute to Mari Evans
ONE MONTH AGO, as part of a new initiative, our friend and author, Aleta Hodge, hosted a celebration for African-American writer, poet, and dramatist, MARI EVANS on August 24, 2021, at St. Phillips Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, IN. Bookmark Indy was launched in 2021 by Indiana Humanities as a one-of-a-kind literary exploration of Indianapolis through the eyes of the writers, like Ms. Hodge, who’ve called it home. Jayda D. and Riley G., two members of Zora’s Daughters were featured during the celebration.