This class was part of our May-June 2017 session, which has concluded. Our fall classes will begin in September 2017. To be notified when they are announced, please join our mailing list and follow us on Facebook! Read on to learn more about this class from our spring 2017 session.


Date: June 24, 2017
Time: 10:00 a.m. – noon
Location: Community Room, Forbes Library, 20 West Street, Northampton, MA


Poetry as Resistance

What, exactly, is the work of words? How does poetry differ from other instances of language in the political sphere? How can poetry be used to disentangle us from systems of oppression? How can it move us closer to equality and liberation? In this interactive workshop, we will have a guided conversation about these and other related ideas. Participants will then have an opportunity to apply these ideas by either writing their own piece or by reading materials brought by the trainer, before coming back together to discuss what we created/discovered. No prior experience is necessary. All are welcome to this safe, inclusive space.

Class is capped at 15.


Teacher

erin joy seibert
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