Thu, Apr 08|
SAGE Community Arts
Ekphrastic Writing Workshop
Join SAGE member and writer Tyler Truman Julian for a 3-day writing workshop, asking: Does life imitate art or does art imitate life? Ekphrasis is a way to capture real life and art on the page. In this workshop, we'll spend 3 days writing what we see and how it changes what what we think and feel.
Time & Location
Apr 08, 2021, 4:00 PM MDT – Apr 10, 2021, 6:00 PM MDT
SAGE Community Arts, 21 W Brundage St, Sheridan, WY 82801, USA
About the event
Thursday - Saturday: April 8 - 10, 2021
4pm - 6pm each day
SAGE Members: $65
MEMBERS: Please use coupon code JULIAN21 to receive your $10 discount on this class.
Join SAGE member and writer Tyler Truman Julian for a 3-day writing workshop, asking: Does life imitate art or does art imitate life? Ekphrasis (description in Greek) is a way to capture real life and art on the page. In this workshop, we'll spend three days in and out of the SAGE Community Art Center writing about what we see and how it changes what we think and feel. We'll spend Day 1 practice writing vivid, descriptive images out in the community, while learning about and reading work from writers who practice ekphrasis. Day 2 will bring us back to SAGE and in front of the pieces in "Joy in Self-Expression: The Legacy of Nancy Buening", curated by Nancie Furnish, where we'll employ the skills practiced the day before to write poems and vignettes about the pieces in front of us. And, Day 3 will be a chance to work closely with Tyler and other students to revise one of your written pieces to present at a Gallery Reading the last week of "Joy in Self-Expression: The Legacy of Nancy Buening". Both poetry and prose writers of all experience levels are welcome to join!
Instructor Biography: Tyler Truman Julian lives with his wife in Sheridan, Wyoming, where he writes, edits, and teaches. He received his Master of Fine Arts degree in fiction from New Mexico State University and serves as Review Editor for The Shore. He is the author of the poetry collection, Wyoming: The Next Question to Ask (to Answer) (Finishing Line Press, 2019), from which work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His work has been published or is forthcoming in Burnt Pine Magazine, Barren Magazine, Tupelo Quarterly, South Dakota Review, EcoTheo Review, High Plains Register, and other journals. He is currently working on a novel. For more information, visit his website: tylertrumanjulian.com
Day 1SAGE Community Arts Center
Day 2SAGE Community Arts Center