My Life In Haiku

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Writing haiku helps us recognize and capture the beautiful moments in our daily lives. Participants will explore ancient and contemporary haiku traditions, navigate a series of meditative haiku writing exercises, and dive into some creative journaling and visual art techniques to expand on their work. By the end of the workshop, you will have a beautiful collection of haiku poems, haiku crafts, and a solid start on a haiku journal based on your daily experiences and preferred methods of expression. No previous art or poetry experience required!

NO SET MEETING TIME: This workshop will take place over Moodle, which is an asynchronous forum based platform. The instructor will post a lesson and assignment every Monday, and participants have all week to log in and read the lessons/post assignments/comment on other classmates’ work.

 

About Marianne Murphy

Marianne Murphy is a Boston-based poet, animator, performer, and teaching artist. Her work has appeared in magazines such as Highlights for Children, LADYBUG, and CICADA. She holds an M.F.A in Writing for Children and Young Adults from VCFA, where she studied visual poetry.

Teaching Style: Marianne always strives to create an encouraging, safe environment for students to experiment with new forms, methods, mediums, and genres. She values communicating with students individually so she can personalize the curriculum based on their interests and goals. In her workshops, Marianne likes to focus on process, openness, and self-expression through journaling, meditative writing, and visual art.

 

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