Teaching Artist in Residence Lisa Huffaker leads an immersive writing trek showcasing a pocket of wilderness tucked away in central Dallas, designed to illuminate the possibilities inherent in the beauty of our natural landscape. Whether you write poetry, prose, or just enjoy the delights of the outdoors, good walking shoes and an a sense of adventure are all you need for this workshop. The first half of the workshop will take place outdoors; then we’ll return to The Garret to write and share.
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Lisa Huffaker creates poetry, collage, and assemblage. A finalist for Dallas’ Poet Laureate, she is a frequent visiting artist at the Nasher Sculpture Center, a recent C3 Visiting Artist at the Dallas Museum of Art, and creator of White Rock Zine Machine, a micropublishing project offering artist’s books through sculptural vending machines. Her poetry appears or is forthcoming in 32 Poems, Diode, Spillway, THRUSH, Tupelo Quarterly, and elsewhere. Her multimedia installation, Code Room, is currently on view at Ro2 Art. Her book in progress, a collage/erasure transformation of an antifeminist marriage manual written in 1963, was recently featured at TU Delft and Cornell Tech’s 3rd Workshop on Obfuscation.
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