MCC Daily Tribune
Student Writing Workshop Opportunity
Visiting author workshops offer faculty a novel approach to the various learning styles important to the educational experience, and allow students to explore their creativity--which for many is often latent and untapped--while under the guidance of a professional writer.
So . . . to that end, this is a reminder that playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle will be offering a creative writing workshop for students and faculty on Friday, May 3 @ 12pm in Monroe B. There will also be a reading and book signing Thursday, May 2 @ 7pm in Monroe B.
READING AND BOOK SIGNING
Thursday, May 2 @ 7pm in Monroe B
Free and Open to Public
Friday, May 3 @ 12pm in Monroe B
Free and Open to MCC Community
Mary Kathryn Nagle is an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation. She currently serves as the executive director of the Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program and also is a partner at Pipestem Law, P.C. where she works to protect tribal sovereignty and the inherent right of Indian Nations to protect their women and children from domestic violence and sexual assault. Nagle has authored numerous briefs in federal appellate courts, including the United States Supreme Court, and is a frequent speaker at law schools and symposia across the country. As playwright, Nagle is an alumn of the 2012 PUBLIC THEATER Emerging Writers Group where she developed her play Manhatta in PUBLIC STUDIO (May 2014). Productions include Miss Lead (Amerinda, 59E59 Theaters, January 2014), Fairly Traceable (Native Voices at the Autry, March 2017), Sovereignty (Arena Stage), and Manhatta (Oregon Shakespeare Festival). In 2019, the Rose Theater in Omaha, NE will produce her new play Return to Niobrara, and Portland Center Stage will produce the world premiere of Mnisose.
This event is co-sponsored by Creative Arts, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and The Sixth Act.