A12 The Art of Haiku
Haiku originated in the 1600s in Japan but remains widely read today. In fact, its concision and brevity lend itself to today’s life. In this class we will learn the history and various forms of haiku. We will read traditional haiku and examples from today, including the contemporary journal Modern Haiku. You will come away with a better understanding and appreciation of haiku, as well as a batch of your own finely tuned haiku.
Level I – This class is for those with some familiarity with the medium. This could include informal use of the medium outside of the classroom.
Registration for this course implies acknowledgment and adherence to COVID-19 precautions outlined on the Fine Arts Center visit guideline webpage to participate in in-person courses and workshops.
Instructor: Dave Reynolds
FAC Member Price: $150
Non-Member Price: $165
January 19-February 23
7 p.m.-9 p.m.Subscribe to the class calendar
Bemis School of Art
818 Pelham Place
FAC Members: Remember that you must login or register by phone at (719) 634-5583 in order to receive your member discount.