Get weird. Learn how many surrealists it takes to screw in a lightbulb. (Hint: numbers are just sound.) Debate the merits of tapping into the unconscious. Move past Dali’s mustache and into the roots and repercussions of this movement. Learn what remnants lie around DC and why a dash of what came after Dada might help cure what ails you. Work your way through some drinks while you explore surrealist games and draft a manifesto.
Cost: Free / Suggested Donation $30
About your instructor, Tony Mancus
Tony Mancus holds an M.F.A. from the University of Arizona and has taught at the University of Arizona, the University of Scranton, Hunter College, Queensborough Community College, Montclair State University, and George Mason University. He is the author of a handful of chapbooks of poetry, including City Country – winner of the inaugural Seattle Review chapbook prize, and his poems and reviews have been published in Verse, Barrelhouse, Beltway Quarterly, Public Pool, Salt Hill, Tarpaulin Sky and elsewhere.