Man Ray, Noire et blanche, 1926 ©2010 Man Ray Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
But what exactly is a Writing Marathon?
A Writing Marathon is a long period of time of sustained writing in an environment that is a resource of ideas and a source of inspiration. Place matters and writing marathons respect this.
Writing Marathons offer the opportunity to take risks and share them with others, to be in new spaces and witness the influence it has on your work, and to listen to other's pieces. There are no rules, no pressure, and lots of encouragement from like-minded souls.
Writing Marathon at the Museum
Man Ray, African Art and the Modernist Lens
Sponsored by the High Desert Writing Project, in partnership with the UNM Art Museum
This writing marathon will involve viewing the exhibit, brief discussions about the art, and opportunities to write and share. Participants need not be accomplished writers, but are expected to have an interest in writing.
Who: Writers 15 - 99+ years of age
Where: University of New Mexico Art Museum (in the Center for the Arts)
When: April 10, 2010 from 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Bring: Something to write on and pencils (NOTE: NO PENS are permitted in the Art Museum)
To register for this event, please email Chuck Jurich at
The Art Museum is handicapped accessible - please make prior arrangements with Sara Otto-Diniz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Man Ray exhibition please visit http://unm.edu/~artmuse
For more information on High Desert Writing Project please visit http://hdwp.org