Two “Spidora” poems will be featured in an exhibit and reading at the Clare Gallery in Hartford. “Spidora Embroiders Her Words,” a concrete poem from my Strange Girls collection, will be on display, and the poem “Spidora’s in the Pink” inspired by contemporary artist Amy Hannum’s work, will be highlighted in tonight’s reading.
Thursday, September 20th
6 pm to 8 pm, reading begins at 7 pm
Free, parking also free in Saint’s Lot
The Webs We Weave is the newest Clare Gallery installation and includes paintings by international artist Amy Hannum and poems by poets inspired by her Spiderweb Series. Ms. Hannum captures abandoned webs onto her canvas, making the web itself part of her medium, and during an artist talk in October will share her method for transferring the delicate web into her paintings.
Other poets included in the exhibition are: Joe Adomavicia, Eileen Albrizio, Steve Balkun, Tarringo T. Basile-Vaughan, Joanie DiMartino, Brent Terry, and Rhonda Ward.
The exhibit will be on view until Wednesday, October 31.
Clare Gallery is located in the Franciscan Center for Urban Ministry at 285 Church Street, Hartford, CT. Free parking is across the street in Saint’s Lot. The entrance is handicapped accessible. Phone: (860) 756-4034.
2 thoughts on “Upcoming Appearance: TONIGHT! Spidora poems featured in Clare Gallery”
You sure are keeping yourself busy.
I hope you are happy in your new position.
Thank you, Fran! Yes, life is rich and full!