The Writing and Study Bootcamp provides a weekend's worth of breakfast, lunch, and coffee in a quiet setting where the combination of enforced seclusion and proximity to other graduate students somehow, magically, ensures lots of work gets done.
Saturday, May 6 & Sunday, May 7, 9am - 4pm
Café Gato Rojo (Dudley House basement)
Sign up by Friday, May 5 on Dudley 3rd floor.
Cost: $25 (cash or check payable to Harvard University)
The Writing and Study Bootcamp provides a weekend's worth of breakfast, lunch, and coffee in a quiet setting where the combination of enforced seclusion and proximity to other graduate students somehow, magically, ensures lots of work gets done. The event will be held Saturday, March 4 and Sunday, March 5 from 9am to 4pm in the Café Gato Rojo.
Open to all Dudley House members. Reserve your spot by signing up on the 3rd floor of Dudley House by Friday, March 3. Students at the Longwood Campus may register by Read more about Writing & Study Bootcamp
Use art to inspire art! If you do any creative writing or always wanted to start doing it or if you like to sketch, draw, or scribble, you should join us for an inspiring trip to the Harvard Art Museums!
We will meet at the museum, room 0465 (downstairs). With your Harvard ID, you get your ticket for free. In the room, we will have a short introduction session with some helpful tips for how to use art to inspire writing and drawing, and there will be an optional short guided medidation to get your imagination going. Then, everyone will have time to wander through the galleries on Read more about Writing and Sketching at the Harvard Art Museum
At these informal meetings everyone can bring their creative texts and we will give each other constructive feedback, help each other become better writers and brainstorm ideas together. You don't have to bring a text, just can just come to discuss.
Come join the first Creative Writing Circle of the semester! Writing can get lonely, come join our little support group! We meet to discuss each others writing, give each other feedback and help each other brainstorm. All student creative writers are welcome, no matter how experienced of a writer you may be and what genre of creative writing you may do. Come, bring a text you would like us to discuss or just come to help others with your constructive feedback!