Wed, Nov 01|
KST's Alloy Studios
loop the sample: a theatriQ workshop with Tyra Jamison
🌈 Calling Queer and Trans Youth, ages 13-26, to Explore the Timeless Art of Poetry ✒️📜 Poet Tyra Jamison invites you to embark on a creative journey where words come alive, and emotions flow freely. Sign up today!
Time & Location
Nov 01, 2023, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
KST's Alloy Studios, 5530 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206, USA
🌈 Calling Queer and Trans Youth, ages 13-26, to Explore the Timeless Art of Poetry ✒️📜
Are you ready to dive into the captivating world of poetry? For week #4 of theatriQ workshops, poet Tyra Jamison invites you to embark on a creative journey where words come alive, and emotions flow freely. We'll explore the power of lyricism, repetition, and sampling to craft poetry that resonates both within us and in the world around us.
🌍 How does your work reflect what's going on in the world around you? 🌍
💭 How does your work reflect your inner world? 💭
Let’s explore these questions together in Loop the Sample
🎭 What to Expect:
✒️ Engaging discussions on the power of poetry in today's world.
📝 Writing prompts that ignite your creativity and inspire meaningful poetry
🌟 Exploring various performance styles and contexts to enhance your poetic expression
🌈 A Haven for Queer and Trans Youth
🎟️ Reserve Your Spot Today
Register today! Don't miss out on this opportunity to unlock your poetic potential and connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for the spoken word. Let your words flow, let your emotions soar, and let your poetry leave a lasting impact on the world. See you at Loop the Sample!🌹📜
📩 For inquiries, contact us at email@example.com
💰 Dreams of Hope compensates creative labor and has funding to provide stipends to theatriQ participants at the end of the series in December. We encourage regular attendance and participation!
theatriQ is our performance arts ensemble for Queer and Trans youth ages 13-26. This workshop series is happening from October - December where local artists are holding space to learn about, discuss, and connect to a plethora of topics pertaining to theater and performing arts.
In spring (January to May), those that join the theatriQ ensemble will not only collaboratively envision a new production from the ground up, but also translate the collective work from paper to the stage for the world to see! This devising process is supported along the way by local teaching artists.