WRITING POETRY USING VISUAL CUES: An Interdisciplinary Workshop

« Back to Events
This event has passed.
Event:
WRITING POETRY USING VISUAL CUES: An Interdisciplinary Workshop
Start:
September 6, 2014 9:30 am
End:
September 6, 2014 3:30 pm
Cost:
MWPA Member $75 | Nonmember $125
Category:
Updated:
July 31, 2014
Venue:
Rockland Public Library
Phone:
207-228-8263
Address:
80 Union Street, Rockland, 04841, United States

 

MWPA-215x215Instructor: Ellen Goldsmith & Kitty Winslow
Date & Time: Saturday, September 6 | 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Location: Rockland Public Library
Level: Open
Maximum Attendees: 12
Fee: MWPA Member $75 | Nonmember $125
> REGISTRATION FORM 

 

Celebrate the coming of autumn colors with an exploration of new ways of writing that join poetry with the visual arts. This workshop will take a dual approach: exploring the work of others and creating our own work. Participants will look at poetry that breaks with traditional forms and art that combines text and image. These models will provide frameworks for engaging in a number of poetry-making activities. Conversation will focus on what’s accomplished by innovation and how process both influences product and provides new ideas.

 

NOTE The workshop will include a lunch break from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. All attendees will be responsible for their own lunches.

 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS

Ellen Goldsmith is a poet and teacher, the author of Where to Look, Such Distances and No Pine Tree in This Forest Is Perfect, which won the Hudson Valley Writers’ Center 1997 chapbook contest. Her poem “The Secret of Life” was read by Garrison Keillor on Writer’s Almanac. Recent poems have appeared in Antiphon, Connecticut River Review, The Inflectionist Review, Kin, The Mochila Review, Off the Coast and Third Wednesday. A resident of Cushing, Maine, she is a professor emeritus of The City University of New York.

 

Kitty Winslow is an artist and teacher. She is a former Department Chair at the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts in Hartford, CT. She has shown her work through out New England and New York. She has been the recipient of numerous awards including a Pollack Krasner Foundation Grant. She has completed residencies at Yaddo and Millay Colonies. Her work is in many public and private collections. Kitty has a love for the written word and is interested in incorporating text in her paintings. Her web site is KittyWinslow.com

 

THE FELLOWSHIP
The MWPA is proud to offer one full fellowship to this workshop. The fellowship will be judged on both writing ability and financial need. The application’s “Statement of Financial Need” will serve as the writing sample. To apply for a fellowship, please download the application form on the MWPA website.
> DEADLINE: Monday, August 18 at 9:00 a.m.
> MORE INFORMATION

 

MWPA WORKSHOP POLICIES
Registration in any MWPA workshop, program, or event constitutes your agreement to our terms and conditions.
> WORKSHOP POLICIES