Haiku Salon Part II: Haibun, Renga, and Haiga with David Rachlin on May 6

New Date: Saturday, May 6, 2023, 1 pm to 4 pm
Location:  Rancho Viejo Volunteer Fire Station Classroom, 37 Rancho Viejo Blvd, 1 mile east of State Road 14, 1 mile north of the 599/SR 14 Intersection.

To sign up e-mail Gail Murray gail@gpmurray.com ASAP!

In this second haiku workshop (no prerequisite required) we will learn and practice three Japanese forms that use haiku in different ways. Haibun is very much like a travel diary in which a short prose statement about a place is followed by or interspersed with haiku. Renga is a cooperative haiku writing experience that we will do in a round-robin fashion. Haiga is a beautiful art form in which we illustrate our haiku with watercolors or dry media such as colored pencils, markers, or conte crayons.  For each form, we will explore traditional and modern examples. A materials list and a PDF of examples will be sent to participants when registration closes.

This is an in-person workshop in Santa Fe FOR MEMBERS ONLY with a maximum of 12 people.
Fee of $20 payable by cash or check made to David Rachlin, the day of the Salon.