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Creators Program- Beyond the Poem
Beyond the poem is a series of exploratory workshops that build community through the art of spoken word poetry. Participants will write, create and share together as they explore and expound upon the one thing they know they have in common, poetry. Weekly we will meet and elaborate on prompts and concepts designed to inspire and highlight the beauty and strength in our differences while connecting us poetically, one line at a time.

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Apr 23, 2021 07:00 PM
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Josephus Thompson
Founder @The Poetry Cafe
Poet, Educator, Host and much more Josephus III is constantly breaking barriers With his unique sound, he has received national radio play as a recording artist. As a host has created his own radio show called, The Poetry Café that now tours college campuses and most recently has become at TV show and now streams on Amazon Prime. With the voice of a poet and the heart and soul of a visionary he displays his works and talents in theaters, clubs, museums, galleries, universities, corporate settings and stage productions just to name a few. As a teacher and lecturer he works in both the educational and corporate setting focusing on “Education through Correlation”, using poetry as a tool to show students the importance of creative writing and literacy. Creator of The Poetry Project Institute, he’s developed a series of Professional Development workshops for teachers to provide them with resources and training on the use of spoken word in the classroom.