“Sustaining the Soul” with Marilyn Shoemaker Hazelton
Sunday, October 26, 2014
from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
In the Oct. 26 session we will explore how the Japanese poetic forms can enhance our lives and our art.
“These poetic forms affected a photo series I just sent for a show in France at the end of October. I chose my photographs thinking in “haiku”. The end result was interesting and quite different than it would have been otherwise.” Florence Rodale
Register at http://floreantprojects.com/
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Open to writers and photographers — a daylong supportive workshop to explore the Japanese poetic forms of haibun and tanka prose in relationship to photographs. Within a beautiful farm setting, you will learn possibilities for connecting words with images. Experience the potential for incorporating haibun and tanka prose as inspiration and support for your creative work. Experiment with sequencing photos with words, and words with photos.
Create a short story with images and words. Develop or refine an idea for a project. Discussions of participants’ work will include how these poetic forms can energize and inspire your creative projects.
12:30 – 1:00pm: Lunch break
What to bring: Bring a camera (smart phones are fine), thumb drive, pen, paper and a bagged lunch. Refreshments and snacks will be provided. The workshop happens “rain or shine” so dress accordingly.
To register: Download your registration form at http://floreantprojects.com/ , and mail it with your payment of $68 to the address indicated on the form. Spaces are limited to 12 so send your form early. (You can reserve a space by emailing FloreAntprojects@gmail.com.)
How to get there: Directions to the FloreAnt Farm in Emmaus, PA, will be sent via email once registration and payment have been received.Visit the “Sustaining the Soul” with Marilyn Shoemaker Hazelton website
FloreAnt Farm in Emmaus, PA
Directions will be sent via email once registration and payment have been received.
|Event Type||Field Trip-Workshop, Reskilling-Rethinking-Transitions U|