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As writers, we draw inspiration from the world around us, but when we look for instruction on how to write, we too often look for answers from writing, writers, and teachers of writing. What would happen if, instead, we looked for instruction on how to write from other art forms and crafts? This class will explore that “what if”. What can art teach us about writing?
During this four week class students will generate new work, develop dynamic workshopping techniques, practice self-guided revision strategies, and investigate the relationship between making visual art and making words. While some students may choose to write about art in this class, writing about art is not a requirement. What will be required is that students consider how other art forms might reinvigorate our methods for writing and the subjects we write about.
Writers of various abilities working in all genres are welcome to participate, though for the sake of time, we will be focusing on poetry, short and flash forms.