Our ongoing collaboration with Egleston Artist Denise Delgado continues with this bi-lingual writing workshop on Saturday, April 30th. We also created a Facebook Event here.
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POETRY IS NOT A LUXURY
a bilingual workshop and story circle
Saturday, April 30, 11:30am-1:30pm
Egleston Square Branch of the Boston Public Library
2044 Columbus Avenue, Boston, 617-445-4340
FREE
Poet Audre Lorde says that through poetry we give our ideas, dreams, and feelings names. We’ll read poems and learn to use language to talk about our thoughts and experiences in new ways. With Denise Delgado, writer and multidisciplinary artist, and video from Santo Domingo-based poet and writer Frank Báez.
All experience + skill levels welcome
Families welcome! | Refreshments | Activities for childrenBodega Signs + Wonders is a project gathering and recording community stories and history that will be incorporated into bodega and small business signage in Egleston Square.
LA POESÍA NO ES UN LUJO
taller bilingüe y circulo de cuentos
sábado 30 abril, 11:30am-1:30pm
Sede Egleston Square de la Biblioteca Pública de Boston
2044 Columbus Avenue, Boston, 617-445-4340
La escritora Audre Lorde dice que es por medio de la poesía que le ponemos nombre a nuestras ideas, sueños, y sentimientos. Leeremos poemas y aprenderemos nuevas maneras de escribir para poner forma a nuestros pensamientos y nuestras experiencias. Con Denise Delgado, escritora y artista multidisciplinaria, y video de Frank Báez, poeta y escritor basado en Santo Domingo.
Abiertos a todos con cualquier nivel de experiencia
Bienvenidas las familias | Meriendas | Actividades para los niños
Bodega Signs + Wonders es un proyecto cultural recolectando y grabando historias de la comunidad para ser incorporados en letreros de bodega y negocios en el barrio de Egleston Square.
This project is made possible with funding by the New England Foundation for the Arts Creative City Program, with funding from the Barr Foundation, as well as a partnership with Egleston Square Main Streets and the Egleston Square Branch of the Boston Public Library System.