TRAVELING STANZAS

Chautauqua
Poetry Makerspace

A partnership between Chautauqua Literary Arts and the Wick Poetry Center’s Traveling Stanzas at Kent State University

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Create a
Thread Poem

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Share Your Voice
Add your line to the  “Blooming of the Lillies”
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Create an
Emerge Poem

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Start Creating
Create your own digital erasure poem.

Chautauqua
Assembly

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Chautauqua Assembly
Join the Chautauqua community in exploring critical issues of the day through a range of experiences—lectures, artistic experiences, master and enrichment courses, and conversations—that combine to call you to your best self for a better world.

Literary Arts
Workshops

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Workshops
Learn more about the Literary Arts Workshops this summer.

Traveling
Stanzas

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Learn more about Traveling Stanzas.

Get in Touch
Interested in learning more about Traveling Stanzas exhibits or digital poetry tools? Get in touch with Director, David Hassler.

Traveling
Stanzas Digital
Toolkit

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Traveling Stanzas offers a modular system of experiences, resources, and tools to facilitate conversations through the intimate and inclusive voice of poetry.

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Get in touch with Chautauqua Literary Arts to learn more.

About the Chautauqua Poetry Makerspace

The Chautauqua Poetry Makerspace was created in partnership between Chautauqua Literary Arts and the Wick Poetry Center’s Traveling Stanzas at Kent State University. The makerspace has been a unique staple of the Chautauqua Literary Arts program for the last three years. Throughout the summer season, any visitor can flex their creative muscles and make a poem using the online poetry makerspace. 

The Chautauqua Poetry Makerspace and this microsite are made possible through philanthropic support, with special appreciation to Kate Dillon Hogan in memory of James A. Hogan.

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