Presenter: erin feldman
Thursday June 2, 6:30-7:30pm
Online
10

Writing Practice with erin feldman – June 2

Writing Practice is a 5-week, online generative writing workshop. Through free-writing and structured practice with various drafting techniques we will build up a bank of raw material. Some of us will use this to craft poems, stories and other personal writing—others may prefer to write with no future agenda. Each session will include the opportunity to read one’s work aloud. Presented by erin feldman of Center Content. $10 per session.

Presenter: erin feldman
Thursday June 9, 6:30-7:30pm
Online
10

Writing Practice with erin feldman – June 9

Writing Practice is a 5-week, online generative writing workshop. Through free-writing and structured practice with various drafting techniques we will build up a bank of raw material. Some of us will use this to craft poems, stories and other personal writing—others may prefer to write with no future agenda. Each session will include the opportunity to read one’s work aloud. Presented by erin feldman of Center Content. $10 per session.

Presenter: erin feldman
Thursday June 16, 6:30-7:30pm
Online
10

Writing Practice with erin feldman – June 16

Writing Practice is a 5-week, online generative writing workshop. Through free-writing and structured practice with various drafting techniques we will build up a bank of raw material. Some of us will use this to craft poems, stories and other personal writing—others may prefer to write with no future agenda. Each session will include the opportunity to read one’s work aloud. Presented by erin feldman of Center Content. $10 per session.

Presenter: erin feldman
Thursday June 23, 6:30-7:30pm
Online
10

Writing Practice with erin feldman – June 23

Writing Practice is a 5-week, online generative writing workshop. Through free-writing and structured practice with various drafting techniques we will build up a bank of raw material. Some of us will use this to craft poems, stories and other personal writing—others may prefer to write with no future agenda. Each session will include the opportunity to read one’s work aloud. Presented by erin feldman of Center Content. $10 per session.

Presenter: erin feldman
Thursday June 30, 6:30-7:30pm
Online
10

Writing Practice with erin feldman – June 30

Writing Practice is a 5-week, online generative writing workshop. Through free-writing and structured practice with various drafting techniques we will build up a bank of raw material. Some of us will use this to craft poems, stories and other personal writing—others may prefer to write with no future agenda. Each session will include the opportunity to read one’s work aloud. Presented by erin feldman of Center Content. $10 per session.

Presenter: Lillian Ruiz
Wednesdays, July 6-August 10, 5:30-7:30pm
75

The Horror Film in Media & Popular Culture

6 weeks, 6 films, 6 scares! Are you a fan of horror films or want to learn more about them? Join Greenfield Community College English Professor Lillian Ruiz at the LAVA Center this summer to view and discuss six influential horror films that provide more than just cinematic scares, but social commentary on their time and place as well. LAVA’s six-week session is a condensed version of CMN 201, The Horror Film in Media and Popular Culture at GCC, without any academic expectations except that you have fun. Refreshments, of course, will be provided because no film viewing experience is complete without snacks.

  • Weds., 7/6: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
  • Weds., 7/13: Dracula
  • Weds., 7/20: Invasion of the Body Snatchers
  • Weds., 7/27: Night of the Living Dead
  • Weds., 8/3: Halloween
  • Weds., 8/10: Get Out

Lillian Ruiz, Professor of English at Greenfield Community College, teaches classes in media and popular culture, Gothic Literature, Shakespeare, and Women in Literature, among others. An avid pug lover, she usually can be found bragging about her pug or collecting pug memorabilia.

Register for all 6 ($75) or pick and choose ($15 each).

Presenter: Lillian Ruiz
Wednesday July 6, 5:30-7:30pm
15

The Horror Film in Media & Popular Culture: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

Join Greenfield Community College English Professor Lillian Ruiz at the LAVA Center this summer to view and discuss influential horror films that provide more than just cinematic scares, but social commentary on their time and place as well. The full six-week session is a condensed version of CMN 201, The Horror Film in Media and Popular Culture at GCC, without any academic expectations except that you have fun—and you can pick and choose your movies! Refreshments, of course, will be provided because no film viewing experience is complete without snacks.

Lillian Ruiz, Professor of English at Greenfield Community College, teaches classes in media and popular culture, Gothic Literature, Shakespeare, and Women in Literature, among others. An avid pug lover, she usually can be found bragging about her pug or collecting pug memorabilia.

Presenter: Lillian Ruiz
Wednesday July 13, 5:30-7:30pm
15

The Horror Film in Media & Popular Culture: Dracula

Join Greenfield Community College English Professor Lillian Ruiz at the LAVA Center this summer to view and discuss influential horror films that provide more than just cinematic scares, but social commentary on their time and place as well. The full six-week session is a condensed version of CMN 201, The Horror Film in Media and Popular Culture at GCC, without any academic expectations except that you have fun—and you can pick and choose your movies! Refreshments, of course, will be provided because no film viewing experience is complete without snacks.

Lillian Ruiz, Professor of English at Greenfield Community College, teaches classes in media and popular culture, Gothic Literature, Shakespeare, and Women in Literature, among others. An avid pug lover, she usually can be found bragging about her pug or collecting pug memorabilia.

Presenter: Lillian Ruiz
Wednesday July 20, 5:30-7:30pm
15

The Horror Film in Media & Popular Culture: Invasion of the Body Snatchers

Join Greenfield Community College English Professor Lillian Ruiz at the LAVA Center this summer to view and discuss influential horror films that provide more than just cinematic scares, but social commentary on their time and place as well. The full six-week session is a condensed version of CMN 201, The Horror Film in Media and Popular Culture at GCC, without any academic expectations except that you have fun—and you can pick and choose your movies! Refreshments, of course, will be provided because no film viewing experience is complete without snacks.

Lillian Ruiz, Professor of English at Greenfield Community College, teaches classes in media and popular culture, Gothic Literature, Shakespeare, and Women in Literature, among others. An avid pug lover, she usually can be found bragging about her pug or collecting pug memorabilia.

Presenter: Lillian Ruiz
Wednesday July 27, 5:30-7:30pm
15

The Horror Film in Media & Popular Culture: Night of the Living Dead

Join Greenfield Community College English Professor Lillian Ruiz at the LAVA Center this summer to view and discuss influential horror films that provide more than just cinematic scares, but social commentary on their time and place as well. The full six-week session is a condensed version of CMN 201, The Horror Film in Media and Popular Culture at GCC, without any academic expectations except that you have fun—and you can pick and choose your movies! Refreshments, of course, will be provided because no film viewing experience is complete without snacks.

Lillian Ruiz, Professor of English at Greenfield Community College, teaches classes in media and popular culture, Gothic Literature, Shakespeare, and Women in Literature, among others. An avid pug lover, she usually can be found bragging about her pug or collecting pug memorabilia.

Presenter: Lillian Ruiz
Wednesday August 3, 5:30-7:30pm
15

The Horror Film in Media & Popular Culture: Halloween

Join Greenfield Community College English Professor Lillian Ruiz at the LAVA Center this summer to view and discuss influential horror films that provide more than just cinematic scares, but social commentary on their time and place as well. The full six-week session is a condensed version of CMN 201, The Horror Film in Media and Popular Culture at GCC, without any academic expectations except that you have fun—and you can pick and choose your movies! Refreshments, of course, will be provided because no film viewing experience is complete without snacks.

Lillian Ruiz, Professor of English at Greenfield Community College, teaches classes in media and popular culture, Gothic Literature, Shakespeare, and Women in Literature, among others. An avid pug lover, she usually can be found bragging about her pug or collecting pug memorabilia.

Presenter: Lillian Ruiz
Wednesday August 10, 5:30-7:30pm
15

The Horror Film in Media & Popular Culture: Get Out

Join Greenfield Community College English Professor Lillian Ruiz at the LAVA Center this summer to view and discuss influential horror films that provide more than just cinematic scares, but social commentary on their time and place as well. The full six-week session is a condensed version of CMN 201, The Horror Film in Media and Popular Culture at GCC, without any academic expectations except that you have fun—and you can pick and choose your movies! Refreshments, of course, will be provided because no film viewing experience is complete without snacks.

Lillian Ruiz, Professor of English at Greenfield Community College, teaches classes in media and popular culture, Gothic Literature, Shakespeare, and Women in Literature, among others. An avid pug lover, she usually can be found bragging about her pug or collecting pug memorabilia.