Write On, Door County will stimulate creativity with three writing lessons in January.
Robin sauerwein will lead the six-week online course Write life stories Saturdays, January 15 – February 19, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. It is published writer and editor who lives in Minneapolis and has been leading workshops to inspire people to share their stories for over 10 years.
During this informal class focused on recording life stories, participants can experiment while having fun writing prompts to generate new material and maintain momentum. The participants will share their work in a united manner, non-judgmental frame – this is not a course in criticism. No previous writing experience is required.
Tuition fees is $ 120, and Write On members will receive a 10% reduction.
To rejoin Fred schmalz for the multigenre workshop Work on the field Jan. 15, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., when participants discuss what to think about when planning to write in public, focusing on how to choose the locale and prepare to write to it. This course will include a short walk as an opportunity to notice, take notes and write.
Schmalz is a artist and poet including the first collection of poetry, Action in orchards, responds to encounters with dance, music and visual arts. It was poet in residence for the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s FluxConcert 2018 during its season fluxus festival.
Registration is required for this program. the suggested donation is $ 20.
Artist, writer and curator Susy Bielak will present “A Visual artist Who Writes âon January 18, from 4 pm to 5:30 pm During this conference entitled from the self-description of another artist VÃ©ronique Gerber Bicecci, Bielak will present some of the many ways in which the visual and verbal meet, share some of his work and discuss the techniques of other artists.
Registration is required for this free, in person program.
To find out more and register for these programs on writeondoorcounty.org.