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show:tell, the Workshop for Teen Writers and Artists, is a nine-day seminar in which high school students (ages 14 to 18) receive college-level instruction in creative writing and contemporary arts.

Students develop skills as creative writers, inventive artists, critical thinkers and spirited collaborators within a generous, diverse community of learners. The program combines writing and interdisciplinary art workshops, production of text-based projects and public readings.

Professional visual artists and writers of short stories, poetry, fiction and nonfiction teach the seminar-style classes. The workshop is held on Marylhurst's beautiful, historic campus.
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Nine-day workshop: $650

Thursday, June 19 - Friday, June 27

We encourage you to apply early as the workshop fills rapidly. You can expect confirmation four weeks after our receipt of your application. Registration opens in February.

You may choose to earn three Marylhurst University credits for attending the workshop. Contact Jay Ponteri for more information about this option.

Application deadline: June 12, 2014

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, contact Jay Ponteri at  jponteri@marylhurst.edu, 503.636.8141, ext. 4420, or 971.235.4712.

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