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Workshops & Seminars

Daily classes—and the deep engagement with a particular craft or question they facilitate—are the centerpiece of the Glen Workshop.

Each attendee chooses one workshop or seminar for the week and meets with their cohort for three hours each morning for expert instruction and in-depth conversation. (See our schedule here to learn more about all the fun in store the rest of the day.)

In 2020, we are excited to be able to offer 15 classes taught by renowned artists, writers, and critics.


The Art of Criticism

a workshop with Justin Chang

Writing for Television

a workshop with Ins Choi

a workshop with
Thad Cockrell

Mobile Phone Moviemaking
a workshop with
Daniel E. García


The Spirituality
of Wine
a seminar with
Gisela Kreglinger



Learning to See

a photography workshop
with Fritz Liedtke


God without Sentimentality
a poetry workshop
with Shane McCrae


Poetry and Prayers for Preachers

a workshop with
Pádraig Ó Tuama


a workshop with
Natasha Oladokun


The Transformative
Power of Story

a fiction workshop with
Melissa Pritchard

Visual Storytelling
for Artists and Designers

a seminar with Jacob Romeo

The Art of Memoir

a workshop with
Sophfronia Scott

Abstract Mixed
Media Painting
a workshop with
Lanecia Rouse Tinsley


Science, Poetry, and the Imagination

a seminar with
Brian Volck


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Prose Revision Bootcamp 

a workshop with
Lauren Winner


Seminars are immersive, discussion-based classes that offer both artists and appreciators of art opportunities for personal and critical engagement with beauty, mystery, and faith.

Workshops are hands-on, craft-based classes in which artists working at all levels can enhance their skills.

Attendees are also welcome to forgo a morning class and use the time to focus on work already in progress. Learn more about the Retreat Option here.

+ Featured Guests +


Fr. Patrick Gilger, SJ

Writer in Residence 

Jessie van Eerden

Worship Leader

Liz Vice

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