Wednesday, April 21, 2010

An Evening of Poetry With Rebecca Seiferle

Posted By on Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 1:51 PM

The Art Center Design College is proud to present "An Evening of Poetry with Rebecca Seiferle."

Rebecca is a renowned poet and a member of the core faculty at the Art Center. Rebecca is a winner of the Western States Book Award and a recipient of the Lannan Fellowship. This year, she was she an invited speaker at Scotland's International Poetry Festival, a featured presenter at Vanderbilt University and just returned from speaking at the Associated Writing Programs Conference in Denver. Publisher’s Weekly says, “With a bitter, withering irony and an eye for shocking beauty… Seiferle cuts straight to the emotionally honest kernel within family, spirit and myth.”

Rebecca will be joined by Art Center colleagues and students for this most enjoyable evening. There will also be visual works on display from several of The Art Center programs of study including Graphic Design, Fine Art, Photography, Animation, and Interior Design.

Public Invited - Free Admission.

Where:
The Art Center Design College
Florence Quater Gallery
2538 N Country Club Rd
520-325-1234

When:
7 p.m., Thursday, April 22, reception following

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