Spend time with your muse at the Global Village Museum. Surrounded by masks, sculpture, folk art and other objects from around the world, writers will inhabit and be inspired in the Global Village Museum to write poetry and short fiction. Kathleen Willard, poet and writer, knows the alchemy of art and objects and has written a series of poems based on the Giotto frescoes of St. Francis of Assisi in Assisi, Italy, her autobiography inspired by Etruscan artifacts, and the art of Georgia O’Keefe and Paula Rego.
Writing inspired at this workshop will be published on Wolverine Farm and the Global Museum’s websites. Cupcakes and lemonade will be served.
What: The Global Village Museum as Muse: A Writing Workshop
When: July 13th 1 PM-2:30 PM
Where: 200 W. Mountain Avenue
Cost: Admission $3.00
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Current Pushcart Prize nominee, Kathleen Willard has published poetry in Bombay Gin, Landscape and Place, Matter, The Flint Hills Review, The Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park and elsewhere. She received fellowships to attend Vermont Studio Center, an artist colony, and the Disquiet International Literary Program in Lisbon, Portugal.