ES 101 | Nature Poetry
Instructor: E. Beyda
Thursdays November 10, 17, December 1, 8, 2016 6:30-8:30pm
$75 per student (4 meetings, 8 hours)
ABOUT THE CLASS
Take a literary approach to exploring the mysteries of the universe and follow in the tradition of Thoreau’s early work, Japanese court poetry, and the writings of Hildegarde Von Bingen. In this course you will explore historical and contemporary nature poetry and learn how to assemble and hand-bind a chapbook of your own work.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Emily Beyda, BA, MFA candidate
Emily Beyda is a graduate of the Global Liberal Studies Program at New York University where she studied literature and translation. An experienced traveler and teacher, Beyda has also worked in publishing.
COURSE POLICIES & FAQS:
Registration & Cancellation Policy | Payment is required in full the day you register. We reserve the right to cancel or reschedule a class if it does not make a minimum number of registrants. We will notify you 24 hours in advance should we have to cancel a course and we will provide a full refund. We will refund your registration, less a 25% cancellation fee, up to 15 days prior to your class. Please note that cancellations made with less than 15 days notice are nonrefundable. In the event you can no longer attend your class, registration may be transferred to a friend or family member free of charge.
What should I bring? | Each course has different supply needs. Prior to the course or workshop, attendees will be informed by email what supplies, if any, they should bring.
Is there an age requirement for your classes? | Students must be 16 years of age or older to participate in our courses. Occasional exceptions to this requirement (such as for kids classes) will be mentioned in the course description or may be made with the permission of the instructor.
Do I need to print my ticket? | No, you can help us go green by letting us check you in electronically at classtime.
Where is my class location? | This class meets at Art.Science.Gallery. which is located in the Canopy fine arts complex at 916 Springdale Rd., Building 2 #102, Austin, TX 78702. There's plenty of free parking.