Whether you are new to poetry or have been writing it for as long as you can remember, we can all use some new inspiration to spark our creativity. Expert Kristine Roxas-Miller will show you how you can use social art, sculptures, paintings, glass art, installations, music, and dance to write your next creative piece.
By the end of this 2-session workshop, you will have a new and profound appreciation for art while producing your very own "ekphrastic" poems (poetry based on a work of art). Participants will also have an opportunity to celebrate their poems through a virtual "open mic".
A teacher for over 18 years, expert Kristine Roxas-Miller holds a Masters in Language and Literacy Education as well a Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language. She is experienced in EAL/ESL, Language Arts, Literature, English, Literacy, Theatre, and has conducted various workshops on creative writing and playwriting both locally and abroad.
In 2003, Kristine received a Don Carlos Palanca Award for Literature, First Place, for her one-act play, Traje de Boda; and that same year, The University of the Philippines' Theater Council named her as the Playwright of the Year. In 2020, Kristine released a self-published
children's book, Pia's Gift, via Partridge Publishing, Singapore.
All of our workshops are held over Zoom.
You will receive an email 30 minutes before the workshop begins with the link to join the Zoom meeting. We highly recommend you to create a Zoom account prior to class.
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