The Visual Language of Poetry

Poetry evokes visual imagery, both for the listener and the reader. In this generative workshop we will write poems using creative visual prompts, from printed images to strolls outdoors in the natural environment. We will make space to share the writing we create, paying close attention to how word placement on a page, choice of materials, and even the voice of the reader affects our interpretation of the content. This session is ideal for anyone interested in translating some of what they see to the written word, and getting some supportive, concentrated feedback from a community of fellow poets.

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Tuition
$105.00
Member Tuition
$80.00
Materials Fee
$0.00
Lesson Info
Saturday, 10 am to 4pm August 18 (One Meeting) Location: Citizens' Hall, Stockbridge
Department
Writing and Graphic Storytelling
Instructors
Holly Wren Spaulding
First Lesson
Sat, Aug 18 2018