As a part of the celebration of April as Poetry Month, join the Lehigh University Art Galleries (LUAG) and the Lehigh University Libraries in an interactive exploration of how art can inspire reflections on the places and spaces we live. During this session, we will talk together about ways of looking at art and using our poetic imaginations for expressing what we see. Using writing prompts alongside works from the Lehigh Art Galleries, we will explore how a work of art can spark new ideas, emotions, and creative discovery about our homes, neighborhoods, and communities.
To register, visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScsRZag0UEJUufhJTnY8pOvV4CuCOuFaRtwit4qvGwZMJ4sxQ/viewform.
Registered participants will receive a zoom link the day of the event.
This event is part of our Connect & Create Workshop series. Our Connect & Create Workshops offer a brief exploration and creative conversation around a work of art from the LUAG Collection, followed by a hands-on activity and creative response. This program is open to all ages. No artistic experience is necessary.
Image: Robert Doisneau; Les Concierges Rue du Dragon, 1946; Gelatin silver print, 45/100; Gift of Mr. Thomas Brennan; LUF 80 1091 J
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