Collaborations begins on March 22, and will be taught (collaboratively!) by Sarah Tourjee and Ren Evans. The course will feature several guest artists from the Providence community. Meet our guests and collaborators!
Danielle Vogel is a prose poet, lyric essayist, and book artist. She is the author of Between Grammars (Noemi Press, 2014), Narrative & Nest(Abecedarian Gallery, 2012) and lit (Dancing Girl Press, 2008). She holds a PhD in Literature & Creative Writing from The University of Denver as well as a MFA in Writing & Poetics from Naropa University. Her written texts have most recently appeared in Two Serious Ladies, The Feminist Wire, La Vague, and Tarpaulin Sky. Her book arts work has most recently been exhibited at RISD Museum, AS220 Project Space, The University of Arizona Poetry Center, and Denver’s Abecedarian Gallery. Through both her written work and book artifacts, she investigates the symbiotic bonds between a writer, language, and her readers—how a book, as an extended architecture of a body, can be a site of radical transformation.
Vincent Brewer is a company dancer with Festival Ballet Providence. A native of Great Barrington, MA, Vincent trained with the Albany Berkshire Ballet and Berkshire Pulse in Western Massachusetts. He furthered his dance training at Indiana University on scholarships from the Jacob’s School of Music and the Hutton Honors College, graduating with a B.S. in Ballet. At Indiana University, Vincent danced the male principals in Valse Fantaisie, Allegro Brilliante, and Glinka Pas de Trois (Balanchine), Melancholic in Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments, and Cavalier, Snow Prince, and Trepak in Michael Vernon’sNutcracker. He also performed works by Ashton, Tudor, Tharp, and Nijinska. He has danced with Eglevsky Ballet and Suzanne Farrell Ballet, performing Flower Festival at Genzano and Balanchine’s Tarantella with Eglevsky Ballet.
Emily Dix Thomas is a cellist who has toured nationally and internationally with Vio/Miré, Correspondences, and The Young@Heart Chorus. She also writes and performs solo as EDT. Emily lives in Providence, RI and works in the gum industry.
Sarah Gerard, who has recently published Binary Star (at Two-Dollar Radio), will be reading from her novel at Ada Books on Friday, Feb 27th, at 7pm. She will also have books to sell and sign upon, if you are up for that.
Kit Schulter — local poet, translator, and impressario — will also be reading some words aloud.
Admission is free, and there will be snacks and drinks for the taking. Do come!
Wednesdays, March 4-April 8, 2015 from 7:00pm-9:30pm, Victor Wildman is hosting an excellent fiction workshop!
According to Wildman the class will, “explore a variety of ways of constructing works of fiction. We will find our inspiration not exclusively through exposure to other works of fiction (novels, short stories, etc.), but from “real life,” from poems, works of non-fiction, photography, film and music. Each week we will read or see or listen to something that will serve us as a model for the fictions we will make, which we will then discuss in class. A joyful open attitude combined with a commitment to show up each week and do the work is all that I expect and hope you’ll bring.” Click here to register!
Want to make your writing more effective and to push into new boundaries?
Need motivation to pick up the pen again, and the encouragement from people who fight to write every day?
Come to Frequency Writing Workshops Open House:
Come to find our more about our upcoming classes and hear excellent instructor readings by Kate Schapira, Nick Rattner, and Victor Wildman, and to talk with fellow writers in all stages of the process. Free and open to all. Snacks will be provided.
DATE: Saturday February 21st, 2015
WHERE: 186 Carpenter Street
RISCA Fellowship Exhibition Writers Night Free and open to the public at The Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery at Salve Regina University, Newport, RI http://www.salvereginablogs.com/gallery Thursday, February 26th, 6:30-8:30pm
(Gallery opens at 11:00 AM)
Fiction Writer Serge Shea
Playwrights Jed Hancock-Brainerd & Rebecca Noon
Poet Julie Danhoe
Fiction Writer Michael Stewart
Playwright Lawrence Goodman
Poet Colin Channer
A presentation by Folk Arts Fellow Rachel Rosenkrantz For more info call RISCA at 222-3881 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This SATURDAY Feb 21st 4-6:00pm at 186 Carpenter is Frequency’s Open house and instructor readings! Free and open to all. Sarah Tourjee, Kate Schapira, Nick Rattner, and Victor Wildman will be reading from their recent works and talking about the upcoming classes! Bring your friends. Come have some snacks and listen to great writing!