Take Frequency’s one day studio course May 3rd!
And check this amazing Radiolab episode while you’re at it.
No experience or 2nd language required. Open to ALL GENRES!
What are you going to do with all that sun?
Plant something with potential: hang with friends and fellow artists in a rad writing class! We have some excellent courses in the works. Sarah Tourjee be announcing them soon so stay tuned!
To free ourselves. Moving from one cage to another may be the only realistic option, but perhaps that isn’t so bad.
to steal a few hours for writing?
Right now! Sunday April 12th, Frequency’s Free Write, from 10am – noonish. Warm, quiet, filled with productive vibes and couched in sunlight. 186 Carpenter, the next best thing to a field.
A Talk by Poet/Visual Artist Jen Bervin
When:Tuesday, April 7, 2015 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Where:McCormack Family Theater
70 Brown Street Providence
Poet and visual artist Jen Bervin, well known for her work that blends language, writing, and the visual art, co-editor of “Emily Dickinson: The Gorgeous Nothings,” will present a hybrid talk/reading on the intersection of art and writing as part of the Contemporary Writers Reading Series.Cost:freeContact:Literary Arts Program
Description necessities human observation.
What does your setting word choice imply about the personality and preferences of the narrator?
How can these intentional choices develop plot or poetic theme?
Don’t let the “yellow drapes description” be a missed opportunity.
This class is going to explore the many intersections between writing and art (musical, performance, lyrical, ext). Working in collaboration with one another we’ll challenge our writing, and give it fresh modes of expression.
INSTRUCTORS: Sarah Tourjee and Ren Evans
DATES: Sundays, March 22-April 26, 2015
WHERE: 186 Carpenter Street
Click here to register