Ebeneezer A.M.E. Church 7707 Allentown Rd Fort Washington MD 20745
Featured Poet for "African-Americans & the Vote": A Black History Month 2020 Celebration: The Ebeneezer A.M.E. Church Poetry Ministry. Additional featured artists: The Annonited P.E.N.S. The Psalmists of Solomon The Malcolm X Drummers & Dancers
Friday February 21, 2020 6pm-9pm Rooms 303 & 304: Presented by Rev. Dr. Grainger Browning Jr. Sr. Pastor , Rev. Dr. Jo Ann Browning, Co-Pastor & Sistah Joy Alford, Poetry Ministry President
Local poets Melanie Figg, Tara Campbell, Yvette Neisser and Derrick Weston Brown will read and discuss their work. Adults and teens.
Featured poet at the "Hear at Martha's" reading series at the Martha Washington Community Library with fellow writers: Melanie Figg, Tara Campbell, Yvette Neisser. Hosted by Plan B press publisher, Steven Allenmay
Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm Location: Martha Washington Meeting Room 104A , Martha Washington Meeting Room 104B Library Branch: Martha Washington Library
The New Leaves Writers' Conference at George Mason is a spring mini-conference hosted by the MFA in creative writing program and sponsored by the Fall for the Book festival. Events include published writer panel discussions, presentations from Literary agents, and readings from nationally and locally critically acclaimed writers.
Featured panelist at George Mason University's (Fairfax Campus) "New Leaves Writers Conference" discussing "How Literary Artists Put Their Work to Work for Themselves"
The New Leaves Writers' Conference at George Mason, is a spring mini-conference hosted by the MFA in creative writing program and sponsored by the Fall for the Book festival. Events include published writer panel discussions, presentations from Literary agents, and readings from national and local critically acclaimed writers
The Frye Art Museum is a living legacy of visionary patronage and civic responsibility, committed to artistic inquiry and a rich visitor experience. A catalyst for our engagement with contemporary art and artists is the Founding Collection of Charles and Emma Frye, access to which shall always be free.
Guest/Visiting poet participating in the poetry reading portion of (Don't Be Absurd) Alice in Parts, an interactive arts installation exhibit by writer, artist & former Seattle Civic poet Anastacia-Renee
AUGUST 22, 2020–JANUARY 10, 2021 Anastacia-Reneé: (Don’t be Absurd) Alice in Parts Combining poetry, assemblage, and video, this immersive installation by multi-genre writer and performer Anastacia-Reneé offers a rageful meditation on the gentrification of the black body, black neighborhoods, and blackness itself as seen through the eyes of her complicated and humorous character “Alice.”