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The Northwest African American Museum and its collection will be the inspiration for this week of Scribes. Via remote access, Scribes instructors will build a unique week of creative writing around African American culture, history, and art. You’ll explore elements of poetry and prose, trying new styles and forms while reading and meeting writers who will inspire you. All skill levels welcome.
This session will be held online using a combination of Zoom and Google Classroom.
Full tuition for this camp is $450
90% tuition is $405
60% tuition is $270
30% tuition is $135
If you’d like to pay on the sliding scale, or make a donation for another student to attend Scribes, please call 206-322-7030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Full scholarships are also available by application.
Duration: One week
Term: Scribes 2020
Start Date: 07/13/2020
End Date: 07/17/2020
Days of the Week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Maximum Class Size: 20
Daemond Arrindell is a writer and teaching artist. Adjunct Faculty at Seattle University and Cornish College for the Arts; a 2013 Jack Straw Writer; and a 2014 VONA/Voices Writer’s Workshop fellow. He has performed across the country and has been repeatedly commissioned by Seattle and Bellevue Arts Museums.
Arianne True (Choctaw, Chickasaw) is a queer poet and folk artist from Seattle. Besides the Hugo House, Arianne has taught and mentored with Writers in the Schools (WITS) and YouthSpeaks Seattle, and is a proud alum of Hedgebrook and of the MFA program at the Institute of American Indian Arts.