May
13
6:00pm 6:00pm

Opening Reception: Is Everyone OK But Me?

Homo Photo Club is back! Join us for the opening of their show, Is Everyone OK But Me? This exhibition features the film photography of Deb Norris, Gretchen Phillips, and Beth Schindler. Come meet the artists and see their beautiful new work. This event is free and open to all.

Homo Photo Club's Deb Norris, Gretchen Phillips and Beth Schindler present, Is Everyone OK But Me?

Homo Photo Club's Deb Norris, Gretchen Phillips and Beth Schindler present, Is Everyone OK But Me?

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Make Art! Night
Apr
27
5:00pm 5:00pm

Make Art! Night

Come to Make Art! and see our exhibit, Unbound and Reincarnated, one last time! Our Creativity Room is to all and filled with free art supplies - including books and maps for you to creatively reporpose. Stop by for the art, art-making, good company and light food and drink. This event is free and open to all.

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Celebration & Closing for Unbound and Reincarnated
Apr
1
5:00pm 5:00pm

Celebration & Closing for Unbound and Reincarnated

Please join us for the Celebration & Closing of Unbound and Reincarnated!

The closing on Saturday, April 1st will be your last chance to see this amazing show. Please come by for the art, snacks, drinks, good company and the chance to create. 

Artists Jenni B. Baker, Jill Bedgood, Sandra Fernandez, Ayden LeRoux, Jacqueline May and Jonathan Whitfill experiment with books and maps to make unexpected and radical meanings.

We also invite you to make your own art! Our new Creativity Room will be filled with books and texts for you to transform. 

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Free Writing Workshop: Found & Erasure Poems
Mar
30
7:00pm 7:00pm

Free Writing Workshop: Found & Erasure Poems

[Workshop is full, no more registration spaces open.] 
Join us for a hands-on writing workshop using old books and odd texts to lasso the mysterious beauty of found language. You will learn erasure and collage techniques using White-out, markers, glue and dictionaries to uplift the poignant unexpected stories hidden in everyday text.

This free workshop is limited to 20 participants. Register here!

About the Instructor: Abe Louise Young has been making poems intently for thirty years, and happily destroying books for about the same amount of time. Her poems and essays are published widely, most recently in Bellevue Literary Review and Massachusetts Review. She is the Co-Director of Prizer Arts & Letters.

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