When Women Were Furniture, a talk and discussion with Artist and Educator Binta Colley Thursday March 14, 7 pm Suggested donation $8 Binta's presentation will highlight the position of women in science between the 1600’s and 1800’s using a study of three female botanists/botanical illustrators who contributed to the field through their art, science and exploration of the flora and fauna of the time.
Friday April 5, 7PM T.W. Wood Art Gallery 46 Barre St. Hearing Through the Heart: An Evening of Poetry and Dance Poets Rosa Castellano and George Longenecker; Dancers Alana Rancourt Phinney and Mireya Guerra Through narratives of racial injustice, social inequality and equity, the poets and dancers hope that the heart-opening nature of poetry and dance will provide a bridge to compassion so that we can see glimpses of ourselves in the stories of others. When we listen together and allow ourselves to be moved together, something passes between us and leaves a mark.
Rosa Castellano & George Longenecker
Rosa Castellano received an MFA in poetry from Virginia Commonwealth University, in Richmond,VA. She and her family returned to Virginia this past fall after spending 9 years living in outside of Burlington, Vermont. While in VT, she was an active member of the writing community, participating in workshops and readings. She also lead monthly poetry workshops for the Burlington Writers Workshop. In 2017, she was a finalist for the Salem College Center for Women Writers, Rita Dove Poetry Prize.
George Longenecker’s recent poems, book reviews and a short story have been published in Bryant Literary Review, Evening Street ReviewAmerica, Rain Taxi, and The Main Street Rag. His book Star Route was published 2018. He’s president of the Poetry Society of Vermont. George lives in Middlesex with his wife, Cynthia Martin.
Location CENTER FOR ARTS AND LEARNING 46 Barre Street, Montpelier, VT 05602
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