If you attended the I AM IN PRINT Five Year Anniversary Celebration last March, then you know our big news… If not, drum roll please–
Word of Art 3D has been invited by the Burpee Museum of Natural History to participate in their 75th Anniversary celebration!
Festivities for Burpee will cover several months of features and activities and the Word of Art 3D reception will be held late winter/early spring of 2017.
We are so excited about this opportunity to further expand our creative collabortion. The Burpee Museum of Natural History is located at 737 North Main Street Rockford, IL, on the banks of the Rock River along the newly renovated Riverwalk. We hope you will check out Burpee, it’s histories, exhibits, and all it has to offer. It is the museum’s goal to “inspire all people to engage in a lifetime of discovery and learning about the natural world, through preservation and interpretation.” We encourage you to use this statement as inspiration for your submissions.
We will be collecting stories this fall, stay tuned for details and deadlines! Also, a reminder that this year we will be open to dimensional art. Ceramics, mosaics, jewelry, etc…
Congratulations to past participants who assisted in making this opportunity happen!
(I am so excited!)
Word of Art 3D Chairperson
Reblogged from linda’s pensieve blog:
by Linda Kleczkowski
Willa Cather, born in Virginia in the 1873, is an author and a poet best known for her works depicting frontier life on the Great Plains, O Pioneers! (1913) and My
Ántonia (1918) being two of her most recognized novels. One of Cather’s lesser esteemed but no less admired novels is The Professor’s House (1925).
The Professor’s House is a slice of life narrative about a middle aged professor, Godfrey St. Peter, who finds himself, at what should be the pinnacle of his life, despondent and disillusioned. Continue reading “Writers as Reader (WaR) April Book Selection, The Professor’s House by Willa Cather”
Have you ever read a really good book or managed to finish a really bad one and wanted to talk about it, dissect it and figure out what makes it work or what doesn’t? Several fellow writers and I felt the same way, so we formed the 1st Tuesday Book Discussion Group. Our intent is to learn and share with fellow writers.
We meet once a month. Take a guess when……go ahead, guess……..you got it! The first Tuesday of the month! You are just so clever. Continue reading “A Discussion of “The Language of Flowers””