This one-day, multi-media workshop is designed for visual artists and makers of all kinds-including writers- who want to explore this work in image, memory, and words. Each participant needs to bring the following materials: (1) a notebook or journal to write in; (2) a pen or pencil to write with, (3) a pair of scissors, (4) an example of your work (portable, not enormous), and (5) a readiness to see and hear what you make freshly.
Workshop limited to 12 participants. All skill levels (in your craft and in words) welcome.
Time will be allotted for lunch, feel free to bring a bag lunch to enjoy in the studio, or to go with Candice on a short walk to main street in Ellsworth where you can purchase yourself a tasty lunch at 86 This or Flexit Cafe.
Candice Stover is a poet and teacher who designs and facilitates workshops in writing and literature focusing on discovering who we are in words. Her workshop experience includes the voices of children, decades of courses for college students, two years in Shanghai, three published collections of poetry, and continuing work with a women’s writing group she began in 1992 on Mount Desert Island where she lives.