Hedgebrook Salon at SAM with Amy Wheeler and Susan Rich
|Frida Kahlo at the Seattle Art Museum|
I'm honored to be teaching a poetry writing workshop at the Seattle Art Museum in support of Hedgebrook on Saturday, January 12th from 1 - 6 pm. This workshop is open to all lovers of art and poetry ages 14 and up. The show Elle: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou is the inspiration for this salon. Hedgebrook Director Amy Wheeler will also lead a workshop on writing plays and visual art. Writing inspired by visual art is a tradition that begins in Greece, the word "ekphrastic" literally meaning to speak out. Included in the price is a free ticket to see the show as well as a reception. Oh yes, you will also be supporting one of the best writing residencies in the country.
Information on registering via Hedgebrook included below.
Hedgebrook Salon @ SAM
Saturday, January 12, 1-6 pm
Nordstrom Art Studio and Simons Board Room
Women artists have taken over SAM with the awe-inspiring exhibits: Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou and Elles: SAM . Now SAM and Hedgebrook will come together so women writers can give voice to the art. For one day only, come and
engage in creative writing workshops led by Seattle poet Susan Rich and Hedgebrook Executive Director and playwright Amy Wheeler. Fueled by playful writing exercises, you'll spend the afternoon in the galleries writing in response to the dynamic artwork, then have the opportunity to share your fresh work in the galleries, surrounded by the art that inspired them. At 5 pm, we'll raise a glass to celebrate women writers and artists. Open to women writers, ages 14 through adult. Co-presented with Hedgebrook. [Tickets are $125, with discounts for early registration and group rates. All tickets include gallery admission, writing workshops and reception. Contact Hedgebrook for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org].
$99 for 1 person
$149 for 2 people
$125 for 1 person
$199 for 2 people
Contact Louise McKay at email@example.com for special group rates of 4 or more.
M. Louise McKay, Director of External Relations