Spring UX Course Schedule

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Week of February 6th – February 12th

UX Chess Club

Instructor: Lou Hinman

Learn chess from the best.  Thanks to the generosity of The Great Courses®, UX students this semester can learn chess free from International Chess Master Jeremy Silman.  Students will watch a 30-minute chess lesson on DVD from Silman during the first half hour of each session.  For the remaining hour, they will use what they’ve learned to play and explore the game of chess. The UX Chess Club will be facilitated by Lou Hinman of the East Side Institute’s Developmental Philosophy Group. Chess boards and sets will be provided.

Saturdays, February 11, 18, 25

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

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TED Talks with Jan Wootten

Instructors: Jan Wootten

The world-famous TED Talks — which stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design — sponsors engaging talks by some of the world’s most creative thinkers talking about all sorts of inventions, discoveries, and conceptions. For three exploratory Saturdays, we’ll watch a different TED Talk, then play with and perform in response to what we’ve seen with East Side Institute faculty and developmentalist Janet Wootten. Let’s watch what the experts have to say, then get up on stage and invent some UX-ensemble performances of our own!

Saturdays, February 11, 18, 25

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

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Improv for Everyone

Instructor: David Nackman

Improvisation, the ability to accept offers from fellow performers and create something new together, is the key to all good performance — and a vital life skill. Learn the basics of improv from David Nackman, long-time Castillo Theatre actor, director and improviser and creative director of Performance of a Lifetime.

Age 14+. You must attend the first class to attend the others.

Saturdays, February 11, 18, 25

3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

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Week of February 13th – February 19th

Development 101

Instructor: Dr. Lenora Fulani

How can we become learners in a dysfunctional school system? How can we grow in a society that’s falling apart? How do we develop with crisis all around us? These, and related questions, are the basis of this once-a-semester conversation Dean Lenora Fulani has with UX students.

Saturday, February 18

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

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UX Chess Club

Instructor: Lou Hinman

Learn chess from the best.  Thanks to the generosity of The Great Courses®, UX students this semester can learn chess free from International Chess Master Jeremy Silman.  Students will watch a 30-minute chess lesson on DVD from Silman during the first half hour of each session.  For the remaining hour, they will use what they’ve learned to play and explore the game of chess. The UX Chess Club will be facilitated by Lou Hinman of the East Side Institute’s Developmental Philosophy Group. Chess boards and sets will be provided.

Saturdays, February 18, 25

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Click here to register

 

TED Talks with Jan Wootten

Instructors: Jan Wootten

The world-famous TED Talks — which stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design — sponsors engaging talks by some of the world’s most creative thinkers talking about all sorts of inventions, discoveries, and conceptions. For three exploratory Saturdays, we’ll watch a different TED Talk, then play with and perform in response to what we’ve seen with East Side Institute faculty and developmentalist Janet Wootten. Let’s watch what the experts have to say, then get up on stage and invent some UX-ensemble performances of our own!

Saturdays, February 18, 25

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

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Week of February 20th – February 26th

Everyone Has a Story to Tell: Memoir Writing

Instructors: Vicky Wallace

Every life holds many tales. Whether it’s stories about growing up, getting older, or everything in between, there’s always something interesting and fun to share with others. Join Vicky Wallace, a facilitator of the UX Book Club, in a creative writing workshop designed to help you remember, reflect, and write your life stories. Open to people of all ages.

Tuesdays, February 21, 28, March 7, 14

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

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Performing Japanese

Instructor: Mari Miyamoto

Have you ever imagined yourself speaking another language? Mari Miyamoto — Japanese-born actress and improviser who has been leading creative language workshops in Japan and New York City since 2011 — creates a fun environment in which students use theatre and improv to play around with Japanese language and culture, discovering that when they go outside their comfort zones, they can speak and understand some Japanese.

Tuesdays, February 21, 28, March 7

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Click here to register

 

UX Chess Club

Instructor: Lou Hinman

Learn chess from the best.  Thanks to the generosity of The Great Courses®, UX students this semester can learn chess free from International Chess Master Jeremy Silman.  Students will watch a 30-minute chess lesson on DVD from Silman during the first half hour of each session.  For the remaining hour, they will use what they’ve learned to play and explore the game of chess. The UX Chess Club will be facilitated by Lou Hinman of the East Side Institute’s Developmental Philosophy Group. Chess boards and sets will be provided.

Saturday, February 25

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Click here to register

TED Talks with Jan Wootten

Instructors: Jan Wootten

The world-famous TED Talks — which stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design — sponsors engaging talks by some of the world’s most creative thinkers talking about all sorts of inventions, discoveries, and conceptions. For three exploratory Saturdays, we’ll watch a different TED Talk, then play with and perform in response to what we’ve seen with East Side Institute faculty and developmentalist Janet Wootten. Let’s watch what the experts have to say, then get up on stage and invent some UX-ensemble performances of our own!

Saturday, February 25

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

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Week of February 27th – March 5th  

Everyone Has a Story to Tell: Memoir Writing

Instructors: Vicky Wallace

Every life holds many tales. Whether it’s stories about growing up, getting older, or everything in between, there’s always something interesting and fun to share with others. Join Vicky Wallace, a facilitator of the UX Book Club, in a creative writing workshop designed to help you remember, reflect, and write your life stories. Open to people of all ages.

Tuesdays, February 28, March 7, 14

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Click here to register

 

Performing Japanese

Instructor: Mari Miyamoto

Have you ever imagined yourself speaking another language? Mari Miyamoto — Japanese-born actress and improviser who has been leading creative language workshops in Japan and New York City since 2011 — creates a fun environment in which students use theatre and improv to play around with Japanese language and culture, discovering that when they go outside their comfort zones, they can speak and understand some Japanese.

Tuesdays, February 28, March 7

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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Special UX Film Screening:  What Happened, Miss Simone?

Instructor: Dr. Lenora Fulani

View this powerful documentary directed by Liz Garbus about the singer, songwriter and political activist Nina Simone. Then have a conversation with UX Dean Lenora Fulani about Nina Simone, the times she was a part of, and how she helped to shape that history.

Saturday, March 4

3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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Week of March 6th – March 12th

Everyone Has a Story to Tell: Memoir Writing

Instructors: Vicky Wallace

Every life holds many tales. Whether it’s stories about growing up, getting older, or everything in between, there’s always something interesting and fun to share with others. Join Vicky Wallace, a facilitator of the UX Book Club, in a creative writing workshop designed to help you remember, reflect, and write your life stories. Open to people of all ages.

Tuesdays, March 7, 14

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Click here to register

 

Performing Japanese

Instructor: Mari Miyamoto

Have you ever imagined yourself speaking another language? Mari Miyamoto — Japanese-born actress and improviser who has been leading creative language workshops in Japan and New York City since 2011 — creates a fun environment in which students use theatre and improv to play around with Japanese language and culture, discovering that when they go outside their comfort zones, they can speak and understand some Japanese.

Tuesday, March 7

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Click here to register

 

Exploring Science: Chemistry, Biology and Physics

Instructors: Raquell M. Holmes, Nicholas Gross, and Jennifer Novotney

Learn what the three basic natural sciences — chemistry, biology, and physics — are by studying eggs. Yes, eggs. Science can be used to study the everyday things around us. Join three distinguished scientists — Raquell M. Holmes, Ph.D., improvscience; Nicholas Gross, Ph.D, Boston University; and Jennifer Novotney, Ph.D., MIT Museum — in conducting fun experiments that explore the physical, chemical, and biological properties of the world around us. A special invitation is extended to those who think they don’t like science.

Saturdays, March 11, 25, April 1

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Note: There will be no class on March 18

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Special UX Play Reading:  After Burn by Barbara Garshman

Directed by David Tianga

The reading of a new play by retired television producer and current UX volunteer Barbara Garshman.  After Burn, based on extensive on-the-ground interviews, looks at a group of diverse military veterans as they return home to New York City from Iraq in 2005.  The reading will be followed by a conversation with the playwright and director.

Saturday, March 11

3:00 pm. – 6:00 pm

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Week of March 13th – March 19th

Everyone Has a Story to Tell: Memoir Writing

Instructors: Vicky Wallace

Every life holds many tales. Whether it’s stories about growing up, getting older, or everything in between, there’s always something interesting and fun to share with others. Join Vicky Wallace, a facilitator of the UX Book Club, in a creative writing workshop designed to help you remember, reflect, and write your life stories. Open to people of all ages.

Tuesday, March 14

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

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Week of March 20th – March 26th

New Timers

Instructor: Susan Massad, Olivia Hartle

Play! Perform! Develop! Older adults learn theatre improvisation and create new developmental performances together. No performance or improvisation experience necessary, just a willingness to play and try new things with new people. This semester’s workshop will focus on improv scenes prompted by the students’ memories and will cumulate in a public performance. Led by Susan Massad and Olivia Hartle.

AGE: 55 and older

Tuesdays, March 21, 28, April 4, 11

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

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UX Saturday Morning Drawing Club

Instructors: Kim Svoboda, Alice Rydel

Want to grow as an artist in a relaxed and friendly environment with others interested in drawing?  Then join the Saturday Morning Drawing Club led by artists and long-time All Stars community builders Kim Svoboda and Alice Rydel.  Four sessions.

Saturdays, March 25, April 1, 8, 15

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

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UX Book Club

Instructor: Dr. Jessie Fields, Nancy Green, Vicky Wallace

Read classic short stories and novels and go on an incredible journey to places you have never imagined. Be entertained by unforgettable stories, meet extraordinary characters, discover different cultures, learn world history, and be introduced to brilliant authors. Selections will be read in class followed by lively discussions led by Jessie Fields, M.D., Nancy Green, and Vicky Wallace.

Saturdays, March 25, April 1, 8, 15

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Click here to register

Exploring Science: Chemistry, Biology and Physics

Instructors: Raquell M. Holmes, Nicholas Gross, and Jennifer Novotney

Learn what the three basic natural sciences — chemistry, biology, and physics — are by studying eggs. Yes, eggs. Science can be used to study the everyday things around us. Join three distinguished scientists — Raquell M. Holmes, Ph.D., improvscience; Nicholas Gross, Ph.D, Boston University; and Jennifer Novotney, Ph.D., MIT Museum — in conducting fun experiments that explore the physical, chemical, and biological properties of the world around us. A special invitation is extended to those who think they don’t like science.

Saturdays, March 25, April 1

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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Acting for Everyone

Instructors: Madelyn Chapman

This course focuses on developing students’ powers of observation and imagination; two key elements of the art of acting. Students will work on scenes with professionally trained actors, led by Madelyn Chapman, Castillo Theatre actress, director, and producer.

Age 14+. You must attend the first class to attend the others.

Saturdays, March 25, April 1, 8

3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

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Week of March 27th – April 2nd

New Timers

Instructor: Susan Massad, Olivia Hartle

Play! Perform! Develop! Older adults learn theatre improvisation and create new developmental performances together. No performance or improvisation experience necessary, just a willingness to play and try new things with new people. This semester’s workshop will focus on improv scenes prompted by the students’ memories and will cumulate in a public performance. Led by Susan Massad and Olivia Hartle.

AGE: 55 and older

Tuesdays, March 28, April 4, 11

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

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Community Circle Singing

Instructor: Ellen Corner, Jan Hittle, Lauren Chaplain

This is a workshop for everyone who likes to sing. Circle singing is a form of facilitated improvised music. Singers gather in a circle with a conductor in the center who creates layers of melodies, harmonies and rhythms on the spot and leads the group in ever-evolving songs. This is a “mistake-free” zone where all voices have a place. Participating in – and witnessing – the creation of the beautiful improvised music that emerges fosters a deep sense of community and joy. Come sing with us (and bring your water bottle)!  Led by Ellen Korner, Jan Hittle and Lauren Chaplain.

Saturday, April 1

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

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UX Saturday Morning Drawing Club

Instructors: Kim Svoboda, Alice Rydel

Want to grow as an artist in a relaxed and friendly environment with others interested in drawing?  Then join the Saturday Morning Drawing Club led by artists and long-time All Stars community builders Kim Svoboda and Alice Rydel.  Four sessions.

Saturdays, April 1, 8, 15

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Click here to register

 

UX Book Club

Instructor: Dr. Jessie Fields, Nancy Green, Vicky Wallace

Read classic short stories and novels and go on an incredible journey to places you have never imagined. Be entertained by unforgettable stories, meet extraordinary characters, discover different cultures, learn world history, and be introduced to brilliant authors. Selections will be read in class followed by lively discussions led by Jessie Fields, M.D., Nancy Green, and Vicky Wallace.

Saturdays, April 1, 8, 15

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Click here to register

Exploring Science: Chemistry, Biology and Physics

Instructors: Raquell M. Holmes, Nicholas Gross, and Jennifer Novotney

Learn what the three basic natural sciences — chemistry, biology, and physics — are by studying eggs. Yes, eggs. Science can be used to study the everyday things around us. Join three distinguished scientists — Raquell M. Holmes, Ph.D., improvscience; Nicholas Gross, Ph.D, Boston University; and Jennifer Novotney, Ph.D., MIT Museum — in conducting fun experiments that explore the physical, chemical, and biological properties of the world around us. A special invitation is extended to those who think they don’t like science.

Saturday, April 1

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Click here to register

 

Week of April 3rd – April 9th

New Timers

Instructor: Susan Massad, Olivia Hartle

Play! Perform! Develop! Older adults learn theatre improvisation and create new developmental performances together. No performance or improvisation experience necessary, just a willingness to play and try new things with new people. This semester’s workshop will focus on improv scenes prompted by the students’ memories and will cumulate in a public performance. Led by Susan Massad and Olivia Hartle.

AGE: 55 and older

Tuesdays, April 4, 11

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Click here to register

 

You’ve Got Something to Say (or How to Write an Essay)

Instructors: Caroline Donnola

Everybody’s got something to say, but we often have trouble finding the right words. Would you like to write a letter to the editor to sound off about an issue of the day, but you’re not sure how to do it? Do you want to go to college, but you don’t feel comfortable writing the essay? In this class you will learn, with Caroline Donnola, the basics of how to express yourself in writing for real life situations. This class will include: how to write effectively and persuasively; how to be clear and concise; and how to edit and proofread your work. Bring in your questions, concerns, and ideas about how you want to further develop your writing skills.

Tuesdays, April 4, 11, 18

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Click here to register

 

UX Saturday Morning Drawing Club

Instructors: Kim Svoboda, Alice Rydel

Want to grow as an artist in a relaxed and friendly environment with others interested in drawing?  Then join the Saturday Morning Drawing Club led by artists and long-time All Stars community builders Kim Svoboda and Alice Rydel.  Four sessions.

Saturdays, April 8, 15

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Click here to register

 

UX Book Club

Instructor: Dr. Jessie Fields, Nancy Green, Vicky Wallace

Read classic short stories and novels and go on an incredible journey to places you have never imagined. Be entertained by unforgettable stories, meet extraordinary characters, discover different cultures, learn world history, and be introduced to brilliant authors. Selections will be read in class followed by lively discussions led by Jessie Fields, M.D., Nancy Green, and Vicky Wallace.

Saturdays, April 8, 15

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Click here to register

 

Week of April 10rd – April 16th

New Timers

Instructor: Susan Massad, Olivia Hartle

Play! Perform! Develop! Older adults learn theatre improvisation and create new developmental performances together. No performance or improvisation experience necessary, just a willingness to play and try new things with new people. This semester’s workshop will focus on improv scenes prompted by the students’ memories and will cumulate in a public performance. Led by Susan Massad and Olivia Hartle.

AGE: 55 and older

Tuesday, April 11

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Click here to register

You’ve Got Something to Say (or How to Write an Essay)

Instructors: Caroline Donnola

Everybody’s got something to say, but we often have trouble finding the right words. Would you like to write a letter to the editor to sound off about an issue of the day, but you’re not sure how to do it? Do you want to go to college, but you don’t feel comfortable writing the essay? In this class you will learn, with Caroline Donnola, the basics of how to express yourself in writing for real life situations. This class will include: how to write effectively and persuasively; how to be clear and concise; and how to edit and proofread your work. Bring in your questions, concerns, and ideas about how you want to further develop your writing skills.

Tuesdays, April 11, 18

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Click here to register

 

UX Saturday Morning Drawing Club

Instructors: Kim Svoboda, Alice Rydel

Want to grow as an artist in a relaxed and friendly environment with others interested in drawing?  Then join the Saturday Morning Drawing Club led by artists and long-time All Stars community builders Kim Svoboda and Alice Rydel.  Four sessions.

Saturday, April 15

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Click here to register

 

UX Book Club

Instructor: Dr. Jessie Fields, Nancy Green, Vicky Wallace

Read classic short stories and novels and go on an incredible journey to places you have never imagined. Be entertained by unforgettable stories, meet extraordinary characters, discover different cultures, learn world history, and be introduced to brilliant authors. Selections will be read in class followed by lively discussions led by Jessie Fields, M.D., Nancy Green, and Vicky Wallace.

Saturday, April 15

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Click here to register

 

Improv 2

Instructor: Marian Rich

This advanced class in improvisation is open to those who have already taken Improv for Everyone.  Master improviser and teacher Marian Rich will build on the skills learned in Improv for Everyone to expand and deepen your improvisational skills, focusing on scene work.  The course will culminate in a public performance.

Prerequisite: Improv for Everyone

Saturdays, April 15, 22, 29

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Performance on May 6

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

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Week of April 17th – April 23rd

Our Lives in Poetry

Instructor: Lee Schwartz

Is there a writer in you wanting to break free? Now is your chance! This course is designed to turn your life stories into poetry. With the use of writing prompts and a supportive environment, participants will perform as poets and create the poems they never thought they could write. Our Lives in Poetry is led by Lee Schwartz, a former Artist in Residence at the 92nd St Y, who teaches writing workshops for the New York City Public Library, the United Federation of Teachers, and the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers. Students who complete the course will be eligible to perform in the UX Poetry Snap on May 13.

Tuesdays, April 18, 25, May 2, 9

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Click here to register

You’ve Got Something to Say (or How to Write an Essay)

Instructors: Caroline Donnola

Everybody’s got something to say, but we often have trouble finding the right words. Would you like to write a letter to the editor to sound off about an issue of the day, but you’re not sure how to do it? Do you want to go to college, but you don’t feel comfortable writing the essay? In this class you will learn, with Caroline Donnola, the basics of how to express yourself in writing for real life situations. This class will include: how to write effectively and persuasively; how to be clear and concise; and how to edit and proofread your work. Bring in your questions, concerns, and ideas about how you want to further develop your writing skills.

Tuesday, April 18

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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Lenora Fulani on Fred Newman

Instructors: Dr. Lenora Fulani

Dr. Fred Newman was a philosopher, therapist, playwright and theatre director, and an independent political leader.  He is the founder of the development community of which UX, the Castillo Theatre, and the All Stars Project are a part.  His discoveries about emotionality, methodology, education and politics inform everything at UX.  Join Dean Lenora Fulani as she shares the impact her friend and mentor Fred Newman had on her, the All Stars and the world.

Saturdays, April 22, 29

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

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Improv 2

Instructor: Marian Rich

This advanced class in improvisation is open to those who have already taken Improv for Everyone.  Master improviser and teacher Marian Rich will build on the skills learned in Improv for Everyone to expand and deepen your improvisational skills, focusing on scene work.  The course will culminate in a public performance.

Prerequisite: Improv for Everyone

Saturdays, April 22, 29

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Performance on May 6

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Click here to register

Week of April 24th – April 30th

Our Lives in Poetry

Instructor: Lee Schwartz

Is there a writer in you wanting to break free? Now is your chance! This course is designed to turn your life stories into poetry. With the use of writing prompts and a supportive environment, participants will perform as poets and create the poems they never thought they could write. Our Lives in Poetry is led by Lee Schwartz, a former Artist in Residence at the 92nd St Y, who teaches writing workshops for the New York City Public Library, the United Federation of Teachers, and the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers. Students who complete the course will be eligible to perform in the UX Poetry Snap on May 13.

Tuesdays, April 25, May 2, 9

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Click here to register

 

Lenora Fulani on Fred Newman

Instructors: Dr. Lenora Fulani

Dr. Fred Newman was a philosopher, therapist, playwright and theatre director, and an independent political leader.  He is the founder of the development community of which UX, the Castillo Theatre, and the All Stars Project are a part.  His discoveries about emotionality, methodology, education and politics inform everything at UX.  Join Dean Lenora Fulani as she shares the impact her friend and mentor Fred Newman had on her, the All Stars and the world.

Saturday, April 29

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Click here to register

 

Improv 2

Instructor: Marian Rich

This advanced class in improvisation is open to those who have already taken Improv for Everyone.  Master improviser and teacher Marian Rich will build on the skills learned in Improv for Everyone to expand and deepen your improvisational skills, focusing on scene work.  The course will culminate in a public performance.

Prerequisite: Improv for Everyone

Saturday, April 29

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Performance on May 6

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Click here to register

 

Week of May 1st – May 7th

Our Lives in Poetry

Instructor: Lee Schwartz

Is there a writer in you wanting to break free? Now is your chance! This course is designed to turn your life stories into poetry. With the use of writing prompts and a supportive environment, participants will perform as poets and create the poems they never thought they could write. Our Lives in Poetry is led by Lee Schwartz, a former Artist in Residence at the 92nd St Y, who teaches writing workshops for the New York City Public Library, the United Federation of Teachers, and the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers. Students who complete the course will be eligible to perform in the UX Poetry Snap on May 13.

Tuesdays, May 2, 9

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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Artist Gym

Instructor: Sarah Plotkin, Olivia Luna

Use performance and other arts to explore the concept of success.  Through movement, writing, and discussion we will investigate our different ideas of success, what makes us want to succeed, and how those ideas may be similar or different from traditional images of success displayed in the media or told to us by our families. This workshop will be co-facilitated by Electric Eye Ensemble members Sarah Plotkin and Olivia Luna, theater makers dedicated to creating socially engaged theater in collaboration with people of all backgrounds.  No prior training necessary, everyone is welcome!

Saturday, May 6

12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

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Improv 2 Performance

Instructor: Marian Rich

Come support the students of this advanced Improv workshop at this public performance.

Saturday, May 6

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

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Week of May 8th – May 14th

Our Lives in Poetry

Instructor: Lee Schwartz

Is there a writer in you wanting to break free? Now is your chance! This course is designed to turn your life stories into poetry. With the use of writing prompts and a supportive environment, participants will perform as poets and create the poems they never thought they could write. Our Lives in Poetry is led by Lee Schwartz, a former Artist in Residence at the 92nd St Y, who teaches writing workshops for the New York City Public Library, the United Federation of Teachers, and the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers. Students who complete the course will be eligible to perform in the UX Poetry Snap on May 13.

Tuesday, May 9

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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Poetry Snap

Instructors: Rakeen Dow, Jessica Matei

The UX community is full of creative people who have something to say. UX and the Living Poets Society — led by UX students Rakeen Dow and Jessica Matei — invite you to join other UX students and community members in sharing your poetry at this non-competitive, celebratory UX Poetry Snap. Each reader is limited to two minutes and must enroll in advance to participate in this public poetry performance that will bring the UX spring semester to a close!

Saturday, May 13

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Click here to register

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