Heidelberg Project & Salvaged Word Poetry with Ashley Clemons

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When Tyree Guyton redeveloped trash from the streets of Detroit, Michigan and mixed in some art, poetic expressions, and socially consciousness images…the Heidelberg Project was born. Come learn more about this revolutionary art environment. Unwind, express your artistic spirit, and collaborate with others to create poetry from salvaged words and letters found from recycled newspapers, magazines, bumper stickers, and other local written art. And of course…there will be Motown music!  

Ashley is a Detroit-native, writer, and teacher. A graduate of Wayne State University, Ashley is currently a 3rd-year English PhD student at the University of Florida. Her research interests include Detroit literature, 20th Century African American literature, critical race & queer theory, social realism, and migration narratives. 

Adult Workshop Series – 18 years and older only

Class costs $10-$25 sliding scale. Please donate beyond the $10 if you can to ensure the financial feasibility of holding these workshops into the future. Class fees cover teachers, materials, staff, the space, and promotion of the event.

Class size is limited. To reserve your space you must purchase a ticket HERE and pay in full. In the past the spots have filled up quickly and we have determined this is the fairest way to do it and ensures people who sign up will attend.

There are 1 to 2 need-based scholarship spaces if you can not afford the class. Please fill out this survey if you want to be considered for the scholarship: https://goo.gl/forms/q4NiGRCADl3Codnq1

This event is sponsored in part by a grant from the City of Gainesville, Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs Department.

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