SUNDAY October 9th AT 3 PM – 4:30 PM
Poetry Writing Workshop
The Black Dog Arts Café, Inc.
Anthea Karanasos Hubanks invites you to bring your creative energy and spirit on a journey of exploration as she guides playful exercises to fire up the poet in you and encourage deep, adventurous writing. Learn to create poems by tapping into your love of nature, science, rock-and-roll, cooking, astronomy, auto racing, rock climbing, surfing, or anything at all that excites your imagination. Discover poetry’s music, power, and transformational capacity. Whether in times of personal or cultural joy or crisis, poetry “allows us a place to be our most empathetic, understanding, imaginative, challenging, and ultimately, most human.”
For beginner and experienced poets alike, this workshop is going to be so much fun!
Anthea is a recipient of the Gertrude Claytor Award of The Academy of American Poets and was a finalist for the Kathryn Irene Glascock Poetry Prize.
As a consultant, Anthea teaches poetry and creative writing in schools and senior communities, and one-on-one with individuals of all ages. She serves as Director of Literary Arts for The Black Dog Arts Coalition. Her poems debuted in “Meridian” published by the University of Virginia and her chapbook “Thorn” was published by The Black Dog Arts Coalition.
This class is sponsored by The Black Dog Arts Coalition, a 501C3 non-profit supporting the arts and education in the Snoqualmie Valley.
Please bring a notebook and pen or pencil. All levels of writing ability are welcome. Ages 12 and over