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In Response to the River: Zine Workshop for Kids

Come along and learn about the wonderful world of zine-making in this free online creative writing workshop. We’ll reflect on the San Antonio River and its role in our community as you learn how to make your own mini zines and practice photography, writing, and drawing. Your work will be compiled with others in the class and made into a handmade zine.

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In Response to the River: Zine Workshop for Kids

Come along and learn about the wonderful world of zine-making in this free online creative writing workshop. We’ll reflect on the San Antonio River and its role in our community as you learn how to make your own mini zines and practice photography, writing, and drawing. Your work will be compiled with others in the class and made into a handmade zine.

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Poetry & Collage in Quarantine Youth Workshop

What has quarantine been like for you? Silent? Noisy? Too much time inside or more time outside? Poetry and collage are great intuitive tools for sharing our perspectives. In this workshop, students will combine concrete, sensory phrase language with cut-out visual images to create an original collage piece about.

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Poetry & Collage in Quarantine Youth Workshop

What has quarantine been like for you? Silent? Noisy? Too much time inside or more time outside? Poetry and collage are great intuitive tools for sharing our perspectives. In this workshop, students will combine concrete, sensory phrase language with cut-out visual images to create an original collage piece about.

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A Map to Poetry Youth Workshop

Investigate the meaning of words as you generate concepts for your next big writing! Through expression-mapping, participants will creatively deconstruct terms and synthesize summaries to use as the foundation of a haiku, poem or short story. This workshop requires a splash of color, imagination and a doodle or two to bring your map to life! Attendees are encouraged to secure access to drawing paper and materials, a journal, and a dictionary.

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Poetry & Collage in Quarantine Youth Workshop

What has quarantine been like for you? Silent? Noisy? Too much time inside or more time outside? Poetry and collage are great intuitive tools for sharing our perspectives. In this workshop, students will combine concrete, sensory phrase language with cut-out visual images to create an original collage piece about.

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A Map to Poetry Youth Workshop

Investigate the meaning of words as you generate concepts for your next big writing! Through expression-mapping, participants will creatively deconstruct terms and synthesize summaries to use as the foundation of a haiku, poem or short story. This workshop requires a splash of color, imagination and a doodle or two to bring your map to life! Attendees are encouraged to secure access to drawing paper and materials, a journal, and a dictionary.

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A Map to Poetry Youth Workshop

Investigate the meaning of words as you generate concepts for your next big writing! Through expression-mapping, participants will creatively deconstruct terms and synthesize summaries to use as the foundation of a haiku, poem or short story. This workshop requires a splash of color, imagination and a doodle or two to bring your map to life! Attendees are encouraged to secure access to drawing paper and materials, a journal, and a dictionary.

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Poetry & Collage in Quarantine Youth Workshop

What has quarantine been like for you? Silent? Noisy? Too much time inside or more time outside? Poetry and collage are great intuitive tools for sharing our perspectives. In this workshop, students will combine concrete, sensory phrase language with cut-out visual images to create an original collage piece about.

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A Map to Poetry Youth Workshop

Investigate the meaning of words as you generate concepts for your next big writing! Through expression-mapping, participants will creatively deconstruct terms and synthesize summaries to use as the foundation of a haiku, poem or short story. This workshop requires a splash of color, imagination and a doodle or two to bring your map to life! Attendees are encouraged to secure access to drawing paper and materials, a journal, and a dictionary.

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