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Art Sampler with Crealdé School of Art: Write On!

May 18, 2023 at 11:00 am - 12:30 PM
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May 18 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

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Have you ever said, “Someday I’ll write a story or a book?” Someday is today!

Have you ever said, “Someday I’ll write a story or a book?” Someday is today! Award-winning instructor Elaine Person will guide you toward achieving your writing goals. Open to people of all writing levels as your writing is unique to you. With the use of prompts such as paintings, photographs, quotations, items, and more, you will tap into your own creativity. This class is for you whether you write prose, poetry, lyrics, scripts, or other genres!

Program notes: Paper and pencils will be provided, but feel free to bring your own notebooks or laptops/devices if you prefer.

This program is part of our six week “art sampler” series with Crealdé School of Art. Check the calendar for additional opportunities to grow and nurture your creativity.

This program is presented by Crealdé School of Arts and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

About the Presenter:  

Elaine Person, writer, instructor, editor, speaker, performer, and photographer has a parody of King Arthur included in Random House’s A Century of College Humor. Her writing is published in Florida Writer Association’s collections, The Florida Writer magazine, Sandhill Review, Not Your Mother’s Book, Poets of Central Florida, Haikuniverse.com, The Five-Two, Encore, (from National Federation of State Poetry Societies), Cadence, (Florida State Poets Association’s annual anthologies, which she co-edits), The Isolation Challenge, and Poetic Visions Museum of Art-Deland exhibit and anthology.

Elaine won the Saturday Evening Post limerick contest, East Lake County poetry contests, and NFSPS, and FSPA contests. She performs a one-woman show called Humor in A Hurried and Harried World. Elaine writes “Person”alized poems and stories for all occasions and teaches writing workshops. Elaine Person says, “I love to help people write their own stories and poems. It gives me satisfaction to see their creativity pour out onto the page. Participants surprise themselves because writing to prompts works so well.”

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