Haiku – One Moment Please
8 Week Course with Maureen Sexton
Every Tuesday evening 25th October to 13th December, 7 pm to 9.30 pm
Every Wednesday afternoon 19th October to 7th December, 12.30 pm to 3 pm
Where: The Art House, 63 Railway Avenue, Kelmscott (walking distance from Kelmscott train station
Cost of the full course: Full $200, Concession $160. Open to negotiation under certain circumstances. Email or phone Maureen to book your place: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0435 024 616. Places are limited, so book early!
This course will examine the following:
What is haiku?
What is the essence of haiku?
Where did haiku come from?
Why write haiku?
How to write haiku?
What is haiga? How haiku fits with images and drawings/paintings.
Is haiku good for your health? A haiku a day keeps the doctor away?
The following quote from Marcel Duchamp, is especially relevant to haiku:
‘It is not what you see that is art, art is the gap.’
Bring your lunch if you would like to.
Maureen is the WA Representative of HaikuOz (The Australian Haiku Society)
and runs the Mari Warabiny Haiku Group in WA.
Phone: 0435 024 616