The RISD Writing Center and Literary Arts & Studies are continuing the Readings in the Writing Center series with a fresh Spring event. We’re excited to invite Kyna Leski and Mairéad Byrne to share their writing and engage in conversation about their texts.
Don’t miss the dialogue — or the springtime snacks!
See the poster below for details.
This Spring Break, you don’t have time to lounge on a beach in Mexico or binge-watch House of Cards. This year, you’re working on your graduate written thesis. But you do deserve a break — an opportunity to put away distractions and focus on writing. You deserve a day or two at the Spring Break Grad Thesis Writing Retreat.
Check out the poster below for details and RSVP before it fills up.
The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts is exhibiting their Fellows’ work at the Pawtucket Arts Collaborative Mill Gallery through March 28th. What’s better than that? The exhibition’s Writers and Composers Night!
This Friday, March 7th, 6-8pm, come hear Literature Fellowship award winners share their work in playwriting, fiction, and poetry, followed by performances by Musical Composition Fellows. Don’t forget to show up early and check out the gallery.
Free and open to the public. Click the poster below for more details.
A little bird told us that Clerestory, a collaborative publication of RISD and Brown undergraduate work, wants more RISD writing submissions — this means you! Don’t miss the next deadline: Thursday, February 20. See poster below for more information.
One whole afternoon. Three events. Writing inspired by art. Art inspired by writing.
It’s no fantasy; it’s SHOW TELL/TELL SHOW: A Half-day of Events on the Subject of Ekphrasis. And it all takes place Thursday, February 6, 2014. Check out the poster below for details, and get ready to dive into what we’re all about.
The RISD Writing Center is excited about two upcoming events that explore writing’s role in forging new paths.
Fleet Library is throwing a zine reading party in coordination with their current exhibition, Zines: By the People For the People. Come share your work, your collection, and your love of the self-published genre.
Rick Benjamin, Rhode Island Poet Laureate and RISD Literary Arts & Studies Senior Lecturer, is facilitating a workshop as part of the RISD LEADS series. Join in to explore social justice and what it means to “lead” — all through the lens of the written word.
Wintersession is a time for special projects, exploring interests, and getting a head start on things to come.
If you’re looking for something to dive into, check out our Wintersession workshops. Click the posters below for details and see our Workshops page for a calendar view.