Good Evening Joey,
Writing Mothers’ Workshop has an exhibit on display in the Matz Gallery at the Sawyer Free Library for the month of April (which also happens to be poetry month) entitled, Through the Looking Glass. Attached are some examples featured in the exhibit.
Through the Looking Glass is a mixed medium brain child of North Shore mother writers (L-R): Nancy Carolyn Kwant, Kristin Proctor, Meg Grant, and Lyn Towne-Smith (not pictured). Together they form a group called the Writing Mothers’ Workshop.
This exhibit is based on found poetry which is a type of poetry created by taking words, phrases, and sometimes whole passages from other sources and reframing them (a literary equivalent of a collage) by making changes in spacing and lines, or by adding or deleting text, thus imparting new meaning. The windows for this exhibit came from the rectory of the former Sacred Heart Church in Lanesville and along the roads of Gloucester.
Former works of WMW include Love and the Fall-Out at the Eastern Point Lit House, Parts: A Maternal Dichotomy, at the formerFlatrocks Gallery, and Maternal Garments: What Mothers Wear at the Lanesville Community Center.
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