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Attention teens — reserve your spot now for Projections, an eight-week high school creative writing and urban landscape photography workshop, centered around New York poems and landmarks.

Projections will meetin an historic Park Slope brownstone on Saturdays from 1-4 p.m., beginning January 9 and will conclude with a reading/reception at the 440 Gallery, 440 Sixth Avenue, March 13.

Each student will contribute three poems and three corresponding photographs to a professionally bound and printed anthology — ideal for submission with a college writing and visual portfolio.

The workshops will be led by published, award-winning writer Brooks Shaffner and photography teacher Amy Williams, who has exhibited her work in New York and France.

Enrollment is first come first serve, and will be capped at eight students.

To learn more, email brshaffner@hotmail.com, or go to http://projectionsnyc.blogspot.com.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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