AT EASE: Author Kathleen M. Rodgers

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-iz35r-de4c56

“I’ve built an entire writing career out of struggle.” –Kathleen M. Rodgers.                                                                                                     “Whenever the world makes you cynical, look to a veteran.” President Obama 11.11.19

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Kathleen’s website: www.kathleenmrodgers.com,Twitter: https://twitter.com/KathleenMRodger FB author page:

https://www.facebook.com/KathleenMRodgersAuthor/  Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/kathleenmrodgers/

 This podcast is brought to you by the Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center. We are located in Tijeras, NM just east of Albuquerque. We collect stories in a variety of formats. Check us out, and if you’re interested, send us a story…or two…or three! We will accept short video or audio files, as well as written posts for our blogs. Query us or send a written story to: mamfwriter@gmail.com

Audio Podcasts: Together We Serve: “Service” stories from Brats, Vets, Spouses & Others, Schooling With Uncle Sam: Teachers & Students talk about their DOD school stories, America Remembers ‘Nam: Veterans and their families share their thoughts on Vietnam, Brat Time Stories: Can’t sleep? Check out our middle-of-the-night bedtime stories, written by, about and for the insomniac Brat

Video Podcasts:  One Takes: Like the name implies, people share their stories in a short, unedited format, Kitchen Table Convos: The best conversations happen around the kitchen table,  At Ease!  Arts, Entertainment, Literature & Travel-there’s a little something for everyone…Our Blogs:

At Ease: Books & More for Brats and their families, We Served Too, Passports & Pedagogy: Schooling with Uncle Sam; The American Military Family

Letters Home, America Remembers ‘Nam, MAMF Projects


PORTRAITS IN A PANDEMIC: Circe Olson Woessner

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-jfmnq-ddef74

This is the second part of  the Portraits in a Pandemic workshop.This podcast is brought to you by the Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center through a grant from NM Arts as part of a series of workshops, town halls and exhibits in our addiction/recovery series.  

Materials Needed: Watercolor paper and water color paints and any combination of: markers, colored pencils, tempera, ink, “puff” paint, stickers, magazine letters, glue sticks or glue or anything else you want…

 Elements to incorporate into your portrait:

  • Title of a favorite book
  • An expression you use a lot
  • A line from a favorite poem or scripture
  • Things you love: people, animals, places
  • A flower
  • Something which brings you peace & contentment

 Something that symbolizes:

  • Where you live now
  • Where is “home”
  • A favorite animal or your spirit guide
  • Your heritage
  • Your roles
  • Who you really are
  • A challenge you have overcome
  • Your talent(s)

Colors to include in your portrait:

  • Red-Security (I am)
  • Orange-Creativity (I feel)
  • Yellow-Confidence (I do)
  • Green-Love/compassion (I love)
  • Blue-Communication(I talk)
  • Indigo-Intuition/imagination (I see)
  • Purple- Interconnection/spirituality(I understand)

 


PORTRAITS IN A PANDEMIC: Circe Olson Woessner

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-6mzs6-ddeaa0

Join Circe Olson Woessner for part one of her [Self] Portraits in a Pandemic workshop. This podcast is brought to you by the Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center through a grant from NM Arts as part of a series of workshops, town halls and exhibits in our addiction/recovery series.

“Self” Portraits Materials Needed: Watercolor paper and water color paints and any combination of: markers, colored pencils, tempera, ink, “puff” paint, stickers, magazine letters, glue sticks or glue or anything else you want…

Elements to incorporate into your portrait:

  • Title of a favorite book
  • An expression you use a lot
  • A line from a favorite poem or scripture
  • Things you love: people, animals, places
  • A flower
  • Something which brings you peace & contentment

 Something that symbolizes:

  • Where you live now
  • Where is “home”
  • A favorite animal or your spirit guide
  • Your heritage
  • Your roles
  • Who you really are
  • A challenge you have overcome
  • Your talent(s)

 Colors to include in your portrait:

  • Red-Security (I am)
  • Orange-Creativity (I feel)
  • Yellow-Confidence (I do)
  • Green-Love/compassion (I love)
  • Blue-Communication(I talk)
  • Indigo-Intuition/imagination (I see)
  • Purple- Interconnection/spirituality(I understand)

RADIO SHOWS: KXNM SPOTLIGHT: Circe Olson Woessner

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-dw8zu-dd62b8

This is a 2019 broadcast of an interview conducted by KXNM’s Gail Rossi with MAMF Director Circe Olson Woessner. The radio station is located in McIntosh, NM. 

This podcast is brought to you by the Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center. We are located in Tijeras, NM just east of Albuquerque. We collect stories in a variety of formats. Check us out, and if you’re interested, send us a story…or two…or three! We will accept short video or audio files, as well as written posts for our blogs. Query us or send a written story to: mamfwriter@gmail.com

Audio Podcasts: Together We Serve: “Service” stories from Brats, Vets, Spouses & Others, Schooling With Uncle Sam: Teachers & Students talk about their DOD school stories, America Remembers ‘Nam: Veterans and their families share their thoughts on Vietnam, Brat Time Stories: Can’t sleep? Check out our middle-of-the-night bedtime stories, written by, about and for the insomniac Brat

Video Podcasts:  One Takes: Like the name implies, people share their stories in a short, unedited format, Kitchen Table Convos: The best conversations happen around the kitchen table,  At Ease!  Arts, Entertainment, Literature & Travel-there’s a little something for everyone…Our Blogs:

At Ease: Books & More for Brats and their families, We Served Too

Passports & Pedagogy: Schooling with Uncle Sam; The American Military Family

Letters Home, America Remembers ‘Nam, MAMF Projects

 


PORTRAITS IN A PANDEMIC: Circe Olson Woessner

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-rnxxc-ddddc4

In this introduction to the self-portrait workshop, MAMF Director Circe Olson Woessner introduces the concept and discusses the materials needed for the class. This podcast is brought to you by the Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center through a grant from NM Arts as part of a series of workshops, town halls and exhibits in our addiction/recovery series.

“Self” Portraits Materials Needed:

Watercolor paper and water color paints and any combination of: markers, colored pencils, tempera, ink, “puff” paint, stickers, magazine letters, glue sticks or glue or anything else you want…

 Elements to incorporate into your portrait:

  • Title of a favorite book
  • An expression you use a lot
  • A line from a favorite poem or scripture
  • Things you love: people, animals, places
  • A flower
  • Something which brings you peace & contentment

 Something that symbolizes:

  • Where you live now
  • Where is “home”
  • A favorite animal or your spirit guide
  • Your heritage
  • Your roles
  • Who you really are
  • A challenge you have overcome
  • Your talent(s)

Colors to include in your portrait:

  •  Red-Security (I am)
  • Orange-Creativity (I feel)
  • Yellow-Confidence (I do)
  • Green-Love/compassion (I love)
  • Blue-Communication(I talk)
  • Indigo-Intuition/imagination (I see)
  • Purple- Interconnection/spirituality(I understand)

POETRY IN A PANDEMIC: Poet Laureate Abby E. Murray

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-6symp-dd752f

WORKSHOP TITLE: WRITING FROM THE CENTER

This podcast is brought to you by the Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center through a grant from NM Arts as part of a series of workshops, townhalls and exhibits in our addiction/recovery series.

 

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POETRY IN A PANDEMIC: Poet Laureate Abby E. Murray

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2cnig-dd56d3

    WORKSHOP TITLE:  Writing the Family

 

This podcast is brought to you by the Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center through a grant from NM Arts as part of a series of workshops, townhalls and exhibits in our addiction/recovery series.

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