Leslie will explore the #MeToo Movement and its impact on women’s lives. She will share her own experiences as well as her perspective as a lawyer on some of the high level cases that have grabbed the headlines.
Join host Jackie Craven, Leslie Neustadt and other writers, poets, artists who will share their work during open mic night at C.R.E.A.T.E. Community Studios. Sign up for open mic starts at 7:00. Reading starts at 7:30.
Stimulate the senses to help bring forth memories and enrich your writing with sensorial descriptions. This is a free workshop, but registration is required and space is limited.
A free workshop led by artist and author Leslie Neustadt exploring the dynamic connection between collage and writing. Registration soon as space is limited.
The Amsterdam Free Library and Foothills Art Council collaborated on this special event during Poetry Month! Leslie Neustadt will join fellow poets and writers on Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 12:00 to 2:30 PM as they share their personal Survivor Stories.
Hear from Leslie and others who have made the climb up out of the crater left in their lives by a traumatic event, who have wrestled with their demons and have learned how to live in new ways in the aftermath. Stories of resilience and redemption… what has emerged in the healing process. In short, the story of the journey from loss or trauma to a “new normal” and what was learned along the way.
For more information, call the library at (518) 842-1080. This event is free to the public.
Lycaeides presents a program titled “Poems and Pavanes” at the library in the McChesney Room. Local poets will read their poems interspersed with music played by Lycaeides. This will include Renaissance, Modern and World Music, played on early music instruments including recorders, viol, guitar, laouto and percussion. They will be joined by Barbara MacLean and Bob Schulz, local Balkan musicians and dancers, and Laura Hagen, recorder performer and teacher.
AbOuTfAcE: Reception and Interactive Workshop with artist and poet Leslie Neustadt. Explore the rich connection between image and the written word in ekphrastic poems (poems written about works of art).