Posts Tagged ‘ celebration ’

Naples and Hartford in Season: Happy Fourth of July

Americans, have a very happy Fourth of July.
It is not just a day off.  Or barbecues. Or parades.  Or fireworks.

We celebrate independence.  Freedom.

Town Hall, Ridgefield, Connecticut.

Source: Naples and Hartford in Season: Happy Fourth of July

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Poetry Celebrates Bloomfield, Connecticut | Bloomfield Libraries

Come Join A Sampling of Bloomfield Poets & Open Mic to Celebrate Bloomfield

Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Prosser Public Library Community Room on a Drop-In & Out basis.

12:00-1:00 pm   People will read poems about Bloomfield (includes those recently published in The Journal town paper)

1:00-3:15 pm   A Sampling of Bloomfield Poets: 13 poets who live in Bloomfield will feature for                                 10 minutes each

3:15-3:30 pm   Break / poetry books for sale*

3:30-4:00 pm   The Open mic is Open to anyone’s poems on any topic

 

The featured poets will read in this order:

1:00-1:10   Iris J. Arenson-Fuller

1:10-1:20   Kathy Carle

1:20-1:30   Carl Dean

1:30-1:40   Bonnie Enes (if absent, I may read her poems)

1:40-1:50   Carol G. Fine

1:50-2:00   Donna Fleischer

2:00-2:10   Marilyn Johnston

2:10-2:20   Broderick May

2:20-2:30   Melissa McEwen

2:30-2:40   Michelle McEwen

2:40-2:50   Garrett Phelan

2:50-3:00   Tom Nicotera

3:00-3:10   Andy Weil

 

*Poets’ books will be for sale in the meeting room. Poets are not expected to be there for the entire time. There will be other events going on as part of Celebrate Bloomfield.

Project coordinator: Tom Nicotera

Poetry Celebrates Bloomfield 2016

Subcomandante Marcos’ Words During 20th Anniversary of Zapatista Movement

Subcomandante Marcos’ Words During 20th Anniversary of Zapatista Movement.

All Day Celebration & Evening Poetry Reading for The University Museum Community Collaborative’s UMC Night at the New Britain Museum of American Art

Fallen Mias Fallen Mias, 2000. Walton Ford (b. 1960). Watercolor, gouache, ink and pencil on paper, 60 1/2 x 119 3/4 in. New Britain Museum of American Art, Charles F. Smith Fund, 2001.45

Fallen Mias
Fallen Mias, 2000. Walton Ford (b. 1960). Watercolor, gouache, ink and pencil on paper, 60 1/2 x 119 3/4 in. New Britain Museum of American Art, Charles F. Smith Fund, 2001.45

 

Join us for a celebration of art and community!

Date:     Thursday, April 18, 2013
Time:     1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 
Place:   New Britain Museum of American Art

The University Museum Community Collaborative’s UMC Night at the Museum combines creative arts and academic projects by many different departments and community groups. This year there will be a full-sized tipi, dances, paintings, photographs, installations, videos, music, spoken word,  storytelling, and a poetry reading, exhibited and performed throughout the galleries, corridors and staircases of the New Britain Museum of American Art.

Poetry Reading 

Date:     Thursday, April 18, 2013
Time:     6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 
Place:   New Britain Museum of American Art

Nineteen poets will read  original work on homelessness to focus attention on  The City of New Britain Mayor’s Workplan to End Homelessness, A Home of One’s Own. The Poet Amin, Donna Fleischer, Joan Kantor, Mike Hawkins, Bo Yenhwa, Yon, Marc Frantz, Roger Chappelle, and Celestial Megan are among the poets who will read.

The University Museum Community Collaborative (UMC)

 

 

 

Holi 2013: The Festival of Colors – In Focus / The Atlantic


A transgender Hindu devotee dances during Lathmaar Holi celebrations on March 21, 2013 in Barsana, India.(Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

Holi 2013: The Festival of Colors – In Focus – The Atlantic.

DALIDA Salma ya salama (Arabic)

~ from Yahia Lababidi, in celebration of the splendor that is Dalida, Arabic song, and Egyptian celebration on this day of joy.

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