The Emily Dickinson Museum’s Tell It Slant Poetry Festival offers a hybrid experience this year, with events happening online and in-person under their heated tent. The festival is entirely FREE! Your registration for an October 1 ticket will grant you access to the entire week of poetry-filled festivities.
Don’t miss this chance to be part of a celebration of Emily Dickinson’s poetic legacy and the contemporary creativity it continues to inspire. Register here.
📅 Event 1: Creating A Collaborative Poem
- Date: September 28-29
- Time: 9:00 AM
- Location: In-Person / High School Partner Program
- Description: In this unique workshop, high school students from partner schools will embark on a poetic journey. They will develop individual poems inspired by shared prompts and collaboratively craft communal poems. It’s a fantastic opportunity for young minds to explore their creativity and connect through the power of poetry.
📅 Event 2: Displaced: A Poetry Reading and Conversation with Farraday Press and UMass Museum of Contemporary Art
- Date: September 30
- Time: 3:30 PM
- Location: Hybrid (Online & In-Person)
- Description: Join Sami Miranda and other talented poets for a captivating poetry reading and thought-provoking conversation. This event, in collaboration with the exhibition ‘Displaced: Raida Adon’s Strangeness,’ will delve into the complexities of navigating multiple identities, offering fresh perspectives and deep insights into the world of contemporary poetry.
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