Friday: Poetry with Anna Evans [Adult]
952 Alexander Rd.
West Windsor, NJ 08540
United States of America
Teaching Artist: Anna Evans
Adult: Fridays, 1:00-3:00 pm: 8 sessions
January 21 - March 18 (No class February 4)
$240 Members | $264 Non-Members
This is an online class. Students will join virtually, via zoom. This series of structured workshops will benefit poets who are interested in honing their craft and working towards publishing their work. Each class is designed to challenge poets through group discussions and teaching prompts based on the following poetry tools: figurative language, tilting, pacing, revision, ekphrastic poetry, rhyme, meter, form, and aural devices. Students of all writing levels are welcome to experience the individualized attention and critiquing that the workshops provide.
Covid Protocols: Adults are now required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test taken within 2 days of the in-person event or class. Classes and workshops held in all spaces at the art center and Whole World Arts utilize an HVAC system supplemented with portable HEPA filtration systems. Fresh air is introduced whenever possible. Classes are spaced appropriately to allow 3 - 6 ft. of social distancing. Acrylic barriers are utilized, as needed. Mask wearing is strongly encouraged for all adults regardless of vaccination status, and required for all youth classes. All our staff and Teaching Artists have been vaccinated. High-touch surfaces are wiped down regularly using certified cleaning agents. Hand sanitizer is available in all classrooms. Youth visual arts classes have their own sanitized art supplies to be used.
About the Teaching Artist
Anna Evans gained her Master of Fine Arts from Bennington College. Her poems have appeared in the Harvard Review, The Atlanta Review, Rattle and 32 Poems. She has been nominated five times for a Pushcart Prize and was a finalist for both the 2005 and 2007 Howard Nemerov sonnet award, and for the 2007 Willis Barnstone Translation Award. Anna is also the Editor of The Raintown Review and of the formal poetry e-zine Barefoot Muse.
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