If you missed our show on January 21st, now’s your chance to see what you missed! Go to our video library page to watch the readers at our January 2018 event.
If you were unable to attend our February 2016 event you can view the writers on our video library page.
If you couldn’t make the event on January 17th you can watch your favorite writers on your computer! Go to our video library page.
If you missed our November event, now you have a chance to see what you missed! To watch our readers, go to our video library.
In case you missed the show due to the Cub’s game (I almost did), you can see our readers in action from our video library page!
What’s the connection? Two special Galleries Are For Writers Too! workshops will focus on climate-related writing. Waterline Writers received some interesting feedback during the months leading up to Climate Crisis: Solutions. Many people said they’d like to write about climate issues, but didn’t think they had any solutions, or didn’t know how to start.
We encouraged them to try anyway, because we think that as people write about something, as they do research and think deeply, they’ll find insights and connections—and maybe even solutions—in surprising places. Right now, one of those surprising places is Water Street Studios, a gallery full of art inspired by the earth and its climate issues. Whether you want to write a heavily-footnoted piece of hard science, or a poem that makes the science accessible to a larger audience; whether you write an essay about how we might move past polarization and paralysis, and towards rational dialogue and consensus, or a novel in which those possibilities are modeled for us to emulate; whether you write a heavy tome or a tiny haiku….we have the perfect opportunity to find out what roles art can play in these processes.
Anne Veague, Artistic Director of Waterline Writers, will host two special workshops for those who want to write about climate issues. Join us in the gallery. Find insights, make connections, and learn to trust the importance of your words and what they can create in the world.
When: Sunday March 22nd and Sunday April 12th, 7-9 PM. (No sessions on March 29th or April 5th. Attend Waterline Writers on April 19th!)
Where: WaterStreetStudios, 160 S. Water St., Batavia.
Cost: Free to Water Street Studios members. We appreciate donations from others!
Facilitator: Anne Veague. Watch the video to see Anne talk about the March Climate Crisis event and Galleries Are For Writers Too!
If you missed our March event, you can still catch some great performances at our video library!
If you did not get a chance to attend our December event, you can watch the writers reading their work online. Just head over to our video library.
If you couldn’t attend in October you can see our authors (and filmmakers) present their work on our video page.