The Arts & Culture Alliance is pleased to present a professional development seminar for artists and other creative people on Tuesday, February 20, from 5:30-7:00 PM at the Emporium Center in downtown Knoxville. Join us as we welcome Marilyn Kallet!
“Breaking Silences” means pushing past obstacles to get our best writing done. Writers can fall silent for many reasons, some of which date back to childhood, some are more mechanical (i.e. too much else to do in a day). Our workshop will encourage writers to begin or continue composing work that each of us really wants to explore. This workshop will help us defy the censor and other obstacles, in order to return to our own voices.
Please confirm your spot in the workshop via credit card payment here. The presentation fees are:
- $5 for members of the Arts & Culture Alliance
- $8 for non-members
- $63 for a new membership + workshop
Marilyn Kallet has published 17 books, including The Love That Moves Me, poetry from Black Widow Press, 2013. Her next volume of lyric poems, How Our Bodies Learned, will be out from Black Widow Press in January, 2018. She has translated Paul Eluard’s Last Love Poems, Péret’s The Big Game, and has co-edited and co-translated Chantal Bizzini’s Disenchanted City (with J. Bradford Anderson and Darren Jackson.) Dr. Kallet is Nancy Moore Goslee Professor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She also teaches poetry workshops each spring in Auvillar, France, for the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, at their French studio. She has performed her poems on campuses and in theaters across the United States as well as in France and Poland, as a guest of the U.S. Embassy. The University of Tennessee lists her as a specialist in poetry and dreams, poetry and healing, and poetry’s role in times of crisis. http://marilynkallet.com/