30th Annual Conference Returns to Washington DC in 2010
NAPT’s 30th Annual Conference, entitled Looking Forward, Looking Back, Coming Home: Celebrating Thirty Years of Promoting Growth and Wellness through Language, Symbol, and Story was held April 7-11, 2010, at The Crowne Plaza Washington-National Airport hotel in Washington DC.
Featured Poet: Gayle Danley, Slam Poet & Educator
Gayle Danley, writer, educator and 1996 International Slam Poet Champion, lives in Baltimore, Maryland, and travels the world sharing the multifarious powers of poetry. Her explosive style combines movement and emotion, sweeping her audiences up in her words as she explores contemporary issues through poetry. 60 Minutes spotlighted how her classroom work and riveting performances touch her audiences. She says of her work, “I want people to connect. I want them to relive an experience.”
Find more information on Gayle at http://www.gayledanley.com/
Keynote Speaker: Kim Rosen, Poet, Spoken Word Artist, and Teacher
The 2010 conference keynote speaker was poet, spoken word artist and teacher Kim Rosen, author of Saved by a Poem: The Transformative Power of Words.
Learn more about Kim at http://www.kimrosen.net/