Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
Poetry and Art are intimate companions.
The vitality of imagery creates the poet's vision. This studio/seminar will explore images in a selection of poems from the 17th to the 21st centuries as well as similar imagery in paintings and sculpture from New York City's museums. Passes to two museums are included in the class. Each class gives students time to write, creating new poetic structures in response to visual art.
Meets Sun, Feb 4, 11, 25 and Mar 4.
Molly Peacock is the author of How to Read a Poem and Start a Poetry Circle and The Analyst. “With gusto, compassion, and wit matched by consummate craft and remarkable tonal range, Peacock revels in the liberties of language,” writes Phillis Levin. She is a co-creator of Poetry in Motion on New York City’s subways and buses and founder of The Best Canadian Poetry series.
The Muse in the Museum with Molly Peacock