Timeless Arts Haiku and Tanka workshops run on the Zoom platform, which is accessed by simply following the links we email to you. Clicking through brings you into the video workshop!
Level: These workshops are suitable for those with experience of writing haiku or tanka, or complete beginners. They work well when we have a mix of abilities and experience. It is also as much about enjoying the art as the writing!
Group Size: We keep the group small, with a maximum of 7 people. 2 places remaining.
Tutor: Your workshop leader is Alan Summers, lead tutor at Call of the Page.
Host: The workshop host and facilitator is Karen Hoy, course director.
Time of day: The time of day the workshops start varies according to which time zone you are in. Please see the list below below, for examples.
Nairobi, 7 pm
Paris, 6 pm
London, 5 pm
New York, 12 noon
Chicago, 11 am
Los Angeles, 9 am
Cost: The set of four workshops with written feedback is £120 (approximately US$180).
By booking you agree to accept our Terms and Conditions. Thank you!
What if I book but can't make all of the Zoom workshops?
If you are unable to make the workshop, then we will miss you, but you will be sent the prompts and may submit two haiku and/or tanka in writing instead and your poems will be added to the rest of the group's for the written feedback stage.
I've never used Zoom and am not confident about the technology.
We will happily do a test Zoom with you and talk you through the process in the lead up to the workshop. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will set this up.
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