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Workshops

The show:tell program includes introductory and advanced workshops in

  • prose
  • poetry

There are additional visual arts workshops, such as

  • drawing
  • comic arts
  • digital writing
  • printmaking
  • book arts

As part of the nine-day seminar, you'll

  • generate material through guided exercises
  • study craft through models
  • engage in a critical discussion of your classmates' work.

By the end of the program, you'll produce two complete short stories/memoirs or five to seven poems, along with a small portfolio of artistic projects.

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