Happy Holidays, all! I apologize for my few months of silence, and my excuses include learning a new role at the New England Museum Association, where I am the new Director of Engagement, running an annual conference, and being out of the country on my honeymoon (reflections on traveling in Japan and lessons I gained […]
When the Museum Education Roundtable had our annual forum last week, featuring Keonna Hendrick and Marit Dewhurst speaking on “Dismantling Racism in Museums,” none of us knew that by this week, the events in Charlottesville and the fallout thereof would be bringing the discussion of racism, not to mention monuments, memorials, history, voice, and tolerance […]
If you missed my webinar yesterday on creative writing for museum professionals, you can catch up now with the recording and download a pdf of the slides, available for free on the NEMA website. You can also watch it directly below, or just have a look at the slideshow without my narration.
2 thoughts on “More Illustrated Found Poetry”
I love the internet. I live in UK & was chatting to my friend in Australia…. She sent pic of her 1st ‘found poetry’. I immediately thought “what’s that & why don’t i know about it? Before she went to land of nod, sent me a link to here!!!
Have not seen before (obviously!), what a marvelous idea!! Only thing I’d have to insist on is books would have to be literally beyond repair. A little bit precious about books, lol.
So thank you to my friend in Australia & thank YOU here for illustrating another craft I can be addicted, sorry, mean extremely fond of!! :))