Book Club Online - Bewilderment by Richard Powers
A book club for artists, makers and creatives
The Creative Book Club Online
The Creative Book Club is a book club for those with creative tendencies of all kinds, usually held at Milk Bar. The group meets every 6 weeks to discuss a book but also if the themes influenced our creativity in any way. At the current time, we can't meet in person but we have set up a virtual meet. If things change and things feel right to meet in person, then we will be in touch.
Tickets are limited so please pre-book.
Usually tickets that are booked through Jelly include a cocktail that the genius staff at Milk design, inspired by the book. The profits from tickets are donated to a charity that the group choose each meeting.
For the time being we are offering tickets free of charge but there is a donation button if you wish to donate to the charity chosen by the group.
You are also welcome to donate to Jelly if you wish too but please don't feel any obligation to donate at all. Stay safe and well and we hope to see you soon.
On Zoom: 14th March – Bewilderment by Richard Powers
At Milk:25th April - Klara and the sun by Kazuo Ishiguro
On Zoom: 6th June – The book of form and emptiness by Ruth Ozeki
The reading list is curated by librarian and artist Laura de Moxom.
Follow @thecreativebookclub on Instagram for updates and share your book inspired snaps with the group using #thecreativebookclub
By attending this workshop you are agreeing to act in accordance with our online safety and online behaviour policy which can be viewed here: https://www.jelly.org.uk/policies
Inclusivity, safety, respect, confidentiality and consent are fundamental principles at Jelly workshops and events.
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To allow our workshops to be accessible to all we are able to offer our workshops for a nominal fee and we have a limited number of free places for each session. If you are able we have created different pay grades or an option to donate. All donations help us to continue our work to make space for art for everyone every day.
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