A Creative Writing Workshop by Edwin Torres
4 Saturday mornings in April
April 6 / 13 / 20 / 27
Poets are creatures of awareness, receptive beings that embody transition. Part of allowing the creative process its chance to amaze us, is to encourage that trigger into amazement. To align our natural tri-lingual voice, our voice, with the humanity that defines us.
Using performance, movement and sensory exercises, this workshop will be structured as a creative laboratory that will explore how we communicate by exercising the languages inside us — to find where the senses can meet each other, where the creative process can begin.
In four classes over four weeks, work will be created, discarded, renewed. This will be an active writing workshop, internal/external movement required. Look forward to seeing you there!
$100 Pre-Register for 4 Sessions / $35 Dollars Per Workshop
Edwin Torres is the author of nine books of poetry including, Xoeteox: the infinite word object (Wave Books), Ameriscopia (University of Arizona Press), The PoPedology of an Ambient Language (Atelos Books), and editor of The Body In Language: An Anthology (Counterpath Press).
He has received fellowships from NYFA, The Foundation For Contemporary Arts, The DIA Foundation, The Poetry Fund, and has taught at Bard College, Naropa University and UPenn, where he was a Creative Writing Fellow in Poetics & Poetics Practice.
He has performed his multidisciplinary bodylingo worldwide, and has numerous recordings including, Holy Kid (Kill Rock Stars), Poex 9with sound artist Stephen Vitiello), and audio work at The Whitney Museum’s exhibit “The Last American Century.” Anthologies that feature his writing include: The End Of The World Project, American Poets in the 21st Century: The Poetics of Social Engagement, Who Will Speak For America, Post-Modern American Poetry, and Aloud: Voices From The Nuyorican Poets Café.
He is a NYC native and current resident of Beacon.
Sat, Apr 13, 2019
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
291 Main Street, Beacon, NY
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