Welcome to WITF’s Local Events Calendar!
A Memoir is a journey through the writer’s past. It is not an autobiography – one’s entire life – but a slice of life. Paint your own picture of a personal moment or experience and share your unique journey through the art of creative writing. Learn how to adapt your life story to an artistically composed, memorable narrative in this 6-session virtual memoir writing workshop with writer, novelist, and A Novel Idea instructor Don Helin. Creative nonfiction is useful in…Find out more »
In this colorful, geometric abstract exhibition, Thom Kulp explores the grid format as a viable means of artistic expression and a metaphor for the restrictions that people have faced during the covid-19 pandemic. While inspired by the grid work of artist Agnes Martin, Thom was also compelled to develop ideas which were not as strict in precise shape and style. Just us for a Walk Through Open House on March 20, 12 to 3 p.m. Meet the artist during a…Find out more »
Paint your own picture of a personal moment or experience and share your unique journey through the art of creative writing. Learn how to adapt your life story to an artistically composed, memorable narrative in this 4-session virtual memoir writing workshop with writer, novelist and A Novel Idea instructor Don Helin. The "Meet and Eat" style workshop series will be held on four Wednesdays, 6 to 8 p.m., from April 7 to 28. For students ages 18 and up; maximum…Find out more »
Perry County Council of the Arts is now accepting entries for its 23rd Annual Poetic Excellence Awards. Anyone may enter; however, only Perry County residents will be eligible for the title of Perry County Poet Laureate. Other prizes include First, Second, Third, Honorable Mention and the Kenneth P. Allen Award for poems written in any form with the theme of “Love in the Time of Coronavirus,” chosen by last year’s KPA Award winner Crystal Flauaus, as well as the new…Find out more »