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Poetry Workshop - Sounds Good: Using Rhythm & Voice to Say Something


Hestia Artists’ Residency and the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace announce a poetry workshop for girls and women featuring writer and musician Alexandria Hall.

In this poetry workshop, which will take place at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, we will explore the sounds of language as a jumping-off point for our creative writing. Through a playful and thoughtful approach, we will connect language and physical sounds to unlock our expressive power. Individually and as a group, we will conduct fun exercises and experiments that will help us discover new ways to approach what we as women have to say. Open to all experience levels.

The workshop is free and open to the public, but space is limited and reservations are required. Please email to sign up!

Alexandria Hall is a poet, musician and songwriter who performs electronic music under the name Beth Head. Former bands include Tooth Ache (Feeding Tube Records, Father/Daughter Records) & a slew of dream pop, chillwave, artfully futuristic projects.

About Hestia

Hestia is the world’s first nomadic artists’ residency. We provide artists from all disciplines with fellowships in homeshares across the US and Baja. Where does your inspiration live?