Writing and Reading

Sat Jul 21, 10AM - 4PM

Art Inspired by Nature with Jaynie Crimmins

Crimmins shares her love of nature and her language of visual art. This hands-on workshop will focus on the order of beauty in nature. Participants will learn about the three types of symmetry: radial, bilateral and spherical. Referencing organic forms – plants, marine organisms, etc. we will be inspired by, identify and find examples of symmetrical forms.

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4 Thursdays Jul 19, 26 Aug 2, & 9, 5 - 7PM

Poems and the End of the World with Caylin Capra-Thomas

Explore how poetry can navigate change, uncertainty, and existential threats.

In this class, we will explore how poetry can be used to navigate change, generational shifts, modernity, and threats to humanity, real or imagined, from climate change to nuclear war. We will read poems that address these anxieties, and we will write poems that respond to them or embody our own.

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Sun Jul 1, 10AM - 1PM

Visual Storytelling with Sabrina Marques

Marques leads participants through a four-stage psychoanalytic exercise based on Jung’s theory of active imagination. Tap into your imagination as Marques walks you through rendering your ideas into visual art.

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Mon - Wed Jun 25 - 27, 4 - 6PM

Writing about Art with Lucy McKeon

McKeon, an editor at the New York Review of Books, introduces the basics of writing about art.

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The Studios of Key West