Classes

Classes

The Columbus Museum offers a wide range of art making experiences, as well as art history and history courses throughout the year.  These programs celebrate the art making experience, as well as place the museum’s collection of art and artifacts within context.  Each class is taught by local and regional art, art history and history professionals, as well as museum staff.  Please see the class listings below. To register and pay online, please click on the payment button under the class you wish to register for.

You may register online for a class using the links below. For more information, please contact the Education Department at edu@columbusmuseum.com


Writing Poetry: Paying Attention and Putting the Findings Down

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MARCH 9 | 10 A.M. – NOON
Instructor: David Johnson
This short course will present techniques for collecting precise, sharp images and translating them into poetic form. This workshop is designed to help a poet recreate an emotion or idea in an exciting new way.
Register by March 6;
Contact: edu@columbusmuseum.com
$15 Museum members/$20 future member

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Art of the Lonely Writer: Re-imagining Carson McCullers’ Voice on the Page
MAY 12 | 10A.M.–1P.M.
Instructor: Carey Scott Wilkerson Special Guest: Sue Walker

Dramatist and poet Carey Scott Wilk- erson explores the problem of ctional- izing Carson McCullers on stage and in poetry. Each participant will try his/ her hand at writing in di erent voices through the use of mimicry techniques. Snacks will be provided.

Register by May 8;
Contact: edu@columbusmuseum.com
$15 Museum members/$20 future member

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