Friends of the Field Memorial Library in Conway
Present a Workshop on The Art of Listening: Exploring Ourselves through Poetry
Join us for one Saturday this Fall:
October 16, 2021 from 10:00am to 2:00pm
Open to High School Teens (14 years+) and Adults
(Note: Workshop numbers are limited and COVID-19 precautions may apply. NEW writers/poets are welcome! Participants will be invited – not required – to share their work with the community on October 23rd.)
LEADER: Christian McEwen is a writer, educator, and cultural activist. She is excited to bring this workshop to Conway so that younger and older writers can energize and inspire each other as well as use the genre of their choice to write, share and discuss their work. She is an Adjunct Faculty member for Williams College’s Center for Environmental Studies and grew up in the Borders of Scotland. She attended King’s College, Cambridge and UC Berkeley and now lives in Williamsburg. Since leaving New York City twenty years ago, she has continued to teach, create and write, including her book, World Enough & Time: On Creativity and Slowing Down (2011), now in its seventh printing. Learn more about Christian at https://www.christianmcewen.com. The complete workshop description is available on the library website or from Karen Eldred (see below).
Registration is open from September 1st to October 1st: first-come-first-registered. Email Karen at email@example.com for information and/or to register. There is a $10 registration fee. Click here to download an application.
Go to https://fieldmemoriallibrary.org/ for information about the library.
This workshop is partially funded by a grant from the Conway Cultural Council