A well-crafted book club
Cultivating community and artistic experiences through reading.
$50 yearly membership.
5 curated evenings.
Curated returns for its third season! Curated is dedicated to cultivating community and artistic experiences through reading.
Every month we will come together to discuss not only a chosen book but also a curated list of artistic experiences that complement the themes of the book. Curated experiences will include local/virtual gallery exhibits, podcasts, touring/digital performances, workshops, recipes, music, and more.
Curated meets the last Monday of the month from 5:30pm-7:30pm. The first meeting will be held on Monday, August 30th. The first book will be announced to members on August 1st.
5 curated evenings.
At this time you are invited to participate in Curated in three different ways:
In person— join us on the Flower Hill dining porch to discuss the book and the curated experiences.
Over zoom— zoom into the meeting from your own home to discuss the book and the curated experiences.
In your own time — enjoy the Curated book suggestions and experience letters in your own time.
After signing up for membership, participants will receive a detailed welcome letter with instructions and resources to participate.
Writing Your Family History
With Rosa Walston Latimer
Sunday, January 10th, 2021 — Part One — 2:00-3:30pm
Sunday, January 17th, 2021 — Part Two — 2:00-3:30pm
Must RSVP to attend
Ticket price includes the two workshop sessions and an additional 30-minute individual consultation with Rosa Latimer.
The virtual workshop will be offered through Zoom. Participants will receive a detailed welcome letter with instructions and resources to participate. Zoom is free, easy to use, and works with PC and Mac operating systems.
The two-part virtual workshop is led by Flower Hill's 2020-2021 Artist-In-Residence, Rosa Walston Latimer, and will provide practical tools to help you:
Keep your story on track
Stay true to your purpose
Interpret truth vs. rumor
Write your family history
Rosa Walston Latimer, who lives in Austin, is the award-winning author of a series of books about the establishment of Harvey Houses along the Santa Fe Railroad: Harvey Houses of Texas, Harvey Houses of New Mexico and Harvey Houses of Kansas, which received a “Kansas Notable Book Award” in 2016.
In addition to her writing career, Latimer is a writing consultant and instructor. She contributes regularly to a national magazine, has edited both print and online newspapers and was supervising director for a nationally syndicated children’s television program. Latimer has taught memoir and non-fiction writing at the annual West Texas Writers' Academy at West Texas A&M in Canyon, Texas.
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