What is the difference between a residency and a one-time workshop?

A residency is a series of sessions that can include anywhere from three to six workshops. A professional poet or author will teach the workshops to the same classroom(s) over the course of a few weeks. Residencies are ideal for building on the student’s progress which can culminate into a larger work of art/writing.

One-time workshops are great for inspiring students to pick up their pens and play with the rhythm of language. Workshops are scheduled based on the availability of the writer and budget funds.

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