Add to Wishlist

Students take a personal journey down the Erie Canal by speaking in the voices of the era. An experienced teaching poet or writer leads literary exercises involving vintage maps, photographs, drawings, and imaginative prompts. The poet/writer can incorporate concepts that the classroom teacher would like to focus on. Students learn to write in character, helping them develop a sense of narrative and delve more deeply into the details of daily life in a small town from the past. Over several workshops, the students engage in sustained imaginative writing, creating interrelated narratives involving diverse characters.

The number of workshops depends on the program and budget of an individual school. Contact the office to learn more.

Art Forms: