Monet’s silhouettes and sunsets: Poetry writing workshop

Saturday 9 June, 11am–4pm

Sainsbury Wing Conference Room 2

Christina Bradstreet and Tamar Yoseloff

£46/£42 conc./£40 Members & Patrons

Be inspired by the dazzling architecture and atmospheric effects in Monet’s paintings of London, Paris, and Venice to write your own poetry.

With expert guidance, create your own written response to Monet’s extraordinarily evocative paintings, at this one-day workshop.

Includes entry to the Credit Suisse Exhibition: Monet & Architecture.

Organised in association with The Poetry Society.

Tutor's biography

Tamar Yoseloff’s fifth collection, 'A Formula for Night: New and Selected Poems', was published by Seren in 2015. She is also the author of several collaborative books with artists, including 'Formerly', shortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award. She runs site-specific writing courses for galleries, and is currently a visiting guest lecturer at Newcastle University on the Poetry School MA course in Writing Poetry.

Image above: Detail from Claude Monet, 'Houses of Parliament, Sunset (Le Parlement, coucher de soleil)', 1900–1 © Kunsthaus Zürich. All rights reserved.