Sustaining the Soul Through Creative Discovery
Saturday, January 18, 2014
from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
A Workshop Series of Words & Images
Description: Photographers, painters, poets and writers are invited to a creative process journey of seeing and writing to deepen appreciation for their own work and that of other artists. The program will also touch on the creative process as an avenue of emotional, mental and spiritual health. Marilyn will incorporate Japanese poetic forms into our meetings: haiku (a three phrase form); tanka (a five phrase form); and ginko (a nature walk that includes writing).
January 18: HAIKU & TANKA SEQUENCES
We will begin with a short presentation given by Florence, your host, on tips to enhance how we see and compose through the viewfinder. Then we will have time for a short ginko (taking photos and writing phrases to inspire our poetic writing).
Additionally, we will experiment with writing haiku and tanka sequences to see how linking these short poems can extend our poetry/photographic connections. The workshop will end with gentle critique as desired.
Each workshop is designed to stand on its own.
Cost: $30 per session
Limited to 18 participants for each workshop
When you attend a workshop, you will be invited to join our private group Facebook page “Click and Scratch” where we share poems, photographs and tips.
To Register —
Confirm participation (no later than two days prior to a session) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Address and contact numbers will be given to registrants at the time of registration.
Download the registration form and bring it to the session you are attending along with your payment.
Dear Friends, from my back yard to yours, best regards, Marilyn
in thin light
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