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800 G Street Northwest

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Join us for a writing workshop celebrating the work of Sylvia Plath. Presented in connection with the exhibition “One Life: Sylvia Plath,” this workshop will focus on writing from the first-person perspective. We will write new work that explores the duality of our internal and external selves and examines the ways that we hide and reflect different aspects of ourselves.

Open to writers of all levels ages 18 and up.

Because the workshop begins before the museum opens to the public, please plan to arrive at the 8th and G Street, NW entrance at 10:20am so we may begin promptly at 10:30am.


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Triple-Face Portrait
by Sylvia Plath
Tempera on paper
c. 1950-1951
Courtesy The Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, © Estate of
Sylvia Plath

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