WR159 - CREATIVE AND EXPRESSIVE WRITING

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WR159 Creative Expressive Writing Karen Zukas.jpg
WR159 Creative expressive writing karen zukas 2.jpg
WR159 Creative Expressive Writing Karen Zukas.jpg

WR159 - CREATIVE AND EXPRESSIVE WRITING

from 125.00

There is a writer in you.  Yes, there is.  You just need the time, prompts and an appreciative group to let it out.  Through fun and dynamic exercises, you’ll get revved up to write several short pieces an evening by engaging motivational “light switches” to your creativity.  Come prepared to scribble and scrawl your way into our hearts.  If you wish, you may share your stories and your supportive and encouraging feedback with others.  Make us laugh, make us cringe, make us cry, make us ponder.  You’ve got it all in there, and you never know where it may lead.  Open to everyone, novices and novelists. 

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Karen Charbonneau Zukas is a graduate of Tufts University and the school of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston with a master’s degree in education from Western New England University.   She is a recognized portrait painter and potter and former columnist for the Bulletin in Boston. She has been teaching at universities, preparatory schools, private schools, community ed, and international schools in Boston for over 30 years and for the past five, here on the south coast.  She has consistently taught advanced ESL and Fine Art, drawing, oil painting, water color painting, and all aspects of clay as well as business, SAT, MCAS, GMAT and GRE test prep, debate, art history and humanities and tutors most major subjects of high school academics.  She is the proprietor of Peasantware Pottery in New Bedford and the founding Program Director of the Dartmouth Cultural Center and is always looking for a happy challenge.

  • Wednesdays, January 30, and February 6, 13, 20, from 6 - 8 p.m.

  • Bring pens, notebook, laptops, bring the cord just in case.