At the beginning of this week I had my last Princeton Uncreative Writing class. Aside from being fun, I gave away the pages of my final project titled From Idea to the Word. The students seemed excited to receive a page from my book. There was one for everyone, the title page and one for Kenny Goldsmith, and one for me. I was very satisfied with the project and the class and quite sad to see it end.
On Tuesday, I met with a Princeton administrator about my paper which is nearly done! He said I have a few more edits and a bit of rearranging and then I can call it finished. So, early this week I will put what I hope to be the finishing touches of my research paper which will be published by Princeton's McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. This entire experience has been great and if any ACCC friends are looking in, I highly recommend the program. It was well worth the drive, time, energy, and commitment. I am happy to say I will be celebrating the end of the program with a nice dinner at Princeton on May 11th.
So now on to the art. I did go to the studio a few days to do some non-painting work in preparation for a workshop I am doing in June which is a series of 4 Mixed Media workshops at the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts (RRCA) in the Glasstown Arts District. They will be held every Thursday in June from 12 noon to 3 PM. This is an adult workshop series and if you are interested please contact the RRCA or me for details.