A Game of Poems in the Garden: Improvisation, chance, and surrealist tea party games in poetry
From painters and musicians to orchid gardeners and airship inventors, play and experimentation have always been an energetic core at the center of any creative work—it leaps and throws, laughs and dives, all while trying to keep up with the speed of our imaginations. In this workshop, we will look at, and try out, a handful of different games and obstacle courses that poets have played and ran through to craft wonderfully adventurous poems.
HOW TO REGISTER
Email Noah Burton at firstname.lastname@example.org. Attach a document containing 1-4 poems of your own.
Friday, June 28, 2019
$15. Included supplies: paper, pens, packets containing the work of various poets, sunbeams