Museum as Muse
Explore your writing with four Seattle museums—the Frye Art Museum, the National Nordic Museum, the Seattle Asian Art Museum, and the Henry Art Gallery. We’ll visit the museums on our own, convening on Zoom to workshop our work. One session will be held outdoors at Volunteer Park. Expect prompts, instructor feedback, and pop-up extras. The Nordic Museum and Seattle Asian Art Museum charge admission; the Henry asks for a suggested donation; and the Frye is always free. Links will be sent to those who prefer to be entirely digital.
March 13: Scholarship Donation Day (Learn more.)
March 14: Member registration opens
March 21: General registration opens
Deborah Woodard holds an MFA from the University of California, Irvine, and a PhD from the University of Washington. She is the author of Plato’s Bad Horse (Bear Star Press, 2006), Borrowed Tales (Stockport Flats, 2012), and No Finis: Triangle Testimonies, 1911 (Ravenna Press, 2018). Her chapbook Hunter Mnemonics (hemel press, 2008) was illustrated by artist Heide Hinrichs. She has translated Amelia Rosselli with Giuseppe Leporace in The Dragonfly: A Selection of Poems: 1953 – 1981 (Chelsea Editions, 2009) and with Roberta Antognini in Hospital Series (New Directions, 2015) and Obtuse Diary (Entre Ríos Books, 2018). Woodard teaches at Hugo House in Seattle and co-curates the reading series Margin Shift.