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An Ongoing Poetry Workshop (on Zoom)
(limited to 8 poets)
The best way to gain resilience is by making sure we are fully dwelling in the present moment. One way to do so is through writing poems. In this supportive, intimate workshop, we find ways to inhabit the current moment and thus gain resilience by writing poems of praise, lament, longing, and dirge.
Contact her here for fees and to apply.
Sharon Dolin is also available for one-on-one manuscript consultations online, by phone, and by Zoom video-conferencing.
Writing About Art in Barcelona
June Writing Workshop
Due to Covid-19, workshop will resume in the future.
This intensive workshop provides a small group of writers the opportunity to respond in poetry and prose to the rich cultural heritage of Barcelona. Visits include: the Picasso Museum, Miró Museum, Antoni Gaudí's Parc Güell, and one of Gaudí's houses. Plus a private visit with a local poet.
Participants will stay at a beautiful boutique hotel in Gràcia, a peaceful neighborhood of plazas, plentiful restaurants, and pedestrian streets with easy access to all sites in Barcelona.
Castellers in Barcelona
Day 1: Arrival in a.m. Welcome Lunch.
Visit Parc Güell.
Day 2: Visit Picasso Museum.
Day 3: Visit Miró Museum [Optional: Cable car to beach]
Day 4: Guided Visit of Gaudí house.
Day 5: Free Afternoon. Castellers practice in eve.
Day 6: Local Poet Visits and Lunch. Visit to MNAC.
Day 7: MACBA or CCCB. Public Reading in Evening.
Day 8: Departure Day
WRITING ABOUT ART IN BARCELONA
Most days begin with a 2-hour workshop
(11 a.m.-1 p.m.) followed by a lunch break.
Workshop and Tour Fee: $1200 includes:
Apply by April 1st. To apply: Send 2-3 poems or short prose pieces to email@example.com.
For questions contact Sharon Dolin.
What Participants Are Saying
Joan Miró, The Caress of a Bird
Sharon has created a rich experience for seasoned poets and those relatively new to writing poetry. If you can go, go!—2018 participant