LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION, POETRY!
Join Rikki Santer in exploring ways that poetry and film can be in conversation with each other. In this workshop, Santer will present film clips and poems to demonstrate how the movies have influenced and inspired poets throughout the last century. She will also provide prompts that will guide participants to “read” a movie with more complexity as well as create poems in response to the cinema.
Saturday March 10, noon to 3:00, St. John’s Episcopal Church, 323 Wick Ave. $15. Register here by March 5.
Santer is a Columbus, Ohio, award-winning poet and educator who developed and taught a film studies curriculum to high school students and adults for seventeen years. She has published film reviews and studied film at New York University, The Ohio State University, Antioch University, The University of Montana, and Wesleyan University and currently serves on the advisory board of Film Columbus. She holds a master’s degree in journalism from Kent State University and a master’s of fine arts in creative writing from The Ohio State University. Her poetry has been published widely and Nightballet Press released her fifth poetry collection, Make Me That Happy. (www.rikkisanter.com)