Over the past few weeks, Frequency writers have been working diligently with instructors Rosalynde Vas Dias and Victor Wildman. On the evening of July 24th, we’ll offer the opportunity for them to showcase their work and talk about some of the concepts and techniques they’ve learned in their classes. Come by 186 Carpenter St. at 6:30 pm to learn a bit more about the benefits of collective writing.
‘Digging for Gold‘, taught by Rosalynde Vas Dias, ran earlier this summer and dealt with personal obsessions through rigorous poetic experiments.
In ‘Everybody’s Autobiography‘, taught by Victor Wildman, writers have explored various narrative structures of life-writing.
Refreshments will be available, though anything you can bring is appreciated! It will also be the last night of Hollis Mickey’s exhibit, Remembered as a Chair, so if you haven’t seen it, please come by. We will also have some information available concerning upcoming courses, our Providence Anthology, and other opportunities at Frequency.