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Images, Words, and Movement: Teaching Artist Panzeca leads participants through a series of exercises in writing, drawing, and movement. In this two-day workshop, students will write poems using randomly generated words, draw and ink narrative comics, mix and match images and captions, and write an improvisational poem after dancing.
Meet Your Instructor
Andrea Panzeca is the author of poetry chapbooks Rusted Bells and Daisy Baskets and Weird… Joe Pesci. She earned an MFA in creative nonfiction at the University of New Orleans, where she was associate nonfiction editor of Bayou Magazine. Her awards include the Carol Gelderman Award for Nonfiction Thesis, the Andrea Saunders Gereighty/Academy of American Poets Award, and two Pabst Cultural Endowment Scholarships. Her poetry and prose has appeared in Ellipsis and her scholarly essay “Naturalism and the Florida Setting in Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston” appeared in Excavatio. She has twice contributed to Verse of April: Digital Anthology of Homage to the Poets. She grew up in Merritt Island, Florida, and lives in New Orleans. She’s taught with arts organizations including KID smART, the Contemporary Arts Center, and Lelia Haller Ballet Classique.