Life Stories: A Writing Workshop for Ages 50+ with Cindy Beer-Fouhy

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 12:00 PM until Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at 3:00 PMEastern Daylight Time

    Instructor: Cindy Beer-Fouhy
    3
     hour sessions on Wednesdays
    Ten VIRTUAL workshop dates as follows:
    October 7 to December 16, no session November 25
    Workshop is limited to 15 registrants
    $1025

    If you have already begun writing memories of your life experiences, and would like to continue exploring more ideas, this is the class for you! Through stimulating writing exercises in a supportive group, we will revisit and write about the important moments in our lives. Topics we will explore include childhood memories, careers, love and family, transformational experiences and personal quests. We will write poetry and prose to capture memories and to discover the richness of our lives – the lighter, humorous moments along with the more difficult experiences we have come through. We will learn from each other’s experiences and inspire each other to keep writing insightful and thoughtful life stories. Write and share our work during class.

    Cindy Beer-Fouhy is a freelance writer, publicist and arts consultant and has been teaching writing in schools and community facilities for almost 50 years. She was founder and director of the Literary Arts Department at the Northern Westchester Center for the Arts and curator of the award-winning Creative Arts Café poetry series. She studied poetry with Billy Collins, Molly Peacock, Ron Price and others. Her poetry and essays have been published widely in literary journals, magazines and anthologies including Bronx Accent: A Literary and Pictorial History of the Borough (Rutgers University Press) and her articles and interviews have appeared in Westchester Arts Council’s Arts News, Roll Magazine and Westchester Family. Her poems have been winners of the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Greenburgh Poetry Competitions. Cindy has served as a judge for the National Jewish Book Awards in Poetry and has been a consultant for the Master of Arts in Writing program at Manhattanville College. She is on the advisory committee of the Hudson Valley Writers Center’s Slapering Hol Press and is a member of the National Writers Project. She is currently a Teaching Artist through ArtsWestchester, Lifetime Arts, Inc., and BOCES.

    Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.