A tour of the Samuel Johnson House allows a view into the man who wrote “The Dictionary of the English Language” and helped save Shakespeare from oblivion.
Join Michelle DeRusha in a regional tour to North House Folk School in Grand Marais, Minnesota, and learn birch bark weaving and bread baking. Bet you can smell the wood shavings.
Join Dolly Lee for a piece of history around Yosemite in this Literary Tour to the Mariposa Museum and History Center in Mariposa, California.
Join Dolly Lee on her latest literary tour and explore the wide range of contemporary art in the collection at the Cantor Art Center at Stanford.
Michelle DeRusha ponders the artist’s power to shape and influence a viewer’s understanding of a particular place or people at Omaha’s Joslyn Art Museum.
Take a literary tour of Lincoln’s Sheldon Museum of Art, from the giant head on the steps to giant torn pages in the breeze and everything in between.
Optical illusion or the curvature or the earth? Take a look at the beauty of Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats.
Visit David Levinthal’s ‘MAKE BELIEVE’ exhibit at San Jose Museum of art, with cultural images such as Barbie, baseball, World War II and sexual politics.
If you should find yourself traveling the Oregon-California Trail, be sure to stop at Independence Rock. It’ll have you wanting to make your mark.
For today’s Literary Tour, we join Dolly Lee on a visit to the San Jose Art Museum with a docent who instructs us to take a closer look.
The exhibit suggested Georgia O’Keeffe painted to make the intangible, such as her feelings, more tangible.
I realize the children of Alcatraz prison staff once played on one end of the island and rode a ferry to San Francisco to attend school.
Faulkner House Books is a literary landmark in New Orleans – the place where William Faulkner wrote stories, poems and the novel “Soldier’s Pay.”
On literary tours we often stop at places such as the Palm Springs Art Museum, to enjoy a visual feast.
Literary Tours took me to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. As I hiked to the lookout, anticipation was building; I hadn’t expected the trail to be so short.
In today’s literary tour, Kathryn Neel takes us into the jungle off the Atlantic coast in Florida for a colorful tour of the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
The work of Henri Matisse was not made to capture an impression, nor an exacting representation. His work captures the essence. Sort of like good writing.
Take the Wallace Stevens Walk with us, following the stones engraved with the stanzas of “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” in Hartford, Connecticut.
Visiting Cape Cod? Don’t forget to plan a stop at the Edward Gorey House in Yarmouth Port. The whimsy is worth the stop.
The Cape Cod Writers Center Conference features a diversity of courses on the craft and business of writing, a mature audience and a breathtaking location.