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Event Category: Classes & Workshops
Combining vocal narration, sound, music, imagery and poetic devices, participants will use their smart phone or tablet cameras and video apps to explore creating video poems that voice and express identity, place, and experience. Be sure to bring a well-charged device along with a charger. And, if you have a laptop or tablet, bring that along for editing (but not required).
Annette Daniels Taylor is an award-winning playwright, poet, and artist filmmaker. Her debut YA novel, Dreams on Fire, a Junior Library Guild selection (October 2018, West 44 books) is an east Buffalo story, about a teenage journey written in verse. The author of two poetry chapbooks, Street Pharmacist; and Hush now, her cinematic poems have screened at the Rochester Contemporary; Barnard College, MovingBody-MovingImage FilmFestival; University at Buffalo PLASMA series; Humanities Institute’s Reclaiming Our Ancestors Conference; Newark International Film Festival; Buffalo International Film Festival; Women Over Fifty Film Festival, East Sussex,UK. A 2016-18 Arthur A. Schomburg fellow with UB’s Department of Media Study and a Pink Door Poetry alum, Daniels Taylor currently is a 2018-19 New York State Public Humanities Fellow with UB’s Humanities Institute.