March 31, 2012
Workshops past event
Haiku are gaining popularity outside of Japan, including New York City traffic signs such as:
Cars crossing sidewalk
Worst New York City hotspot
To run into friends
In this hands-on workshop, Japanese haiku poet Sho Otaka and American haiku poet John Stevenson teach how to write haiku using three lines of 17 or fewer syllables, as well as how to use kigo, a defined word or phrase that symbolizes the season of the poem, such as cherry blossoms in the spring.
Limited to 20 people.
Part of Sakura — Spring Renews, Beauty Blooms.
$16/$12 Japan Society members, seniors & students
This event is SOLD OUT.
Part of Sakura—Spring Renews, Beauty Blooms.
- Saturday, March 31, 2012
- 10:30 am