Workshop: The Writer in the Museum, with Ruth Crocker
Whether you are writing fiction or nonfiction, or want to get started with a writing project, a museum may be a rich source of material. Paintings, photographs and sculpture are full of symbols, ambiguities, and imagery with the potential to spark observation skills and memories. Perhaps you have a work in progress. Perhaps you have ideas but need incentive and encouragement to get them down on the page. Either way, this workshop, appropriate for all levels, will guide you into the process of using art as a stimulus for unlocking ideas.
Saturday, October 7, 1pm – 4pm
$45 Members / $60 Public
Ruth W. Crocker’s essays have appeared in The Gettysburg Review, Grace Magazine, O-Dark-Thirty, T.A.P.S. Magazine, The Saturday Evening Post and many other journals and trade magazines. Writing awards include a notable essay in Best American Essays and a Pushcart Prize nomination. She is the author of Elm Grove Press’ People of Yellowstone and Those Who Remain: Remembrance and Reunion After War, the latter of which received the Benjamin Franklin Award and a Silver Medal from the Military Writers Society of America. She has taught writing workshops throughout the U.S. and is an avid reader.