Forms and Features: Poetry and the Collective Experience
Date: Thursday, March 7
Location: Gallery 400
This poetry discussion and creative writing workshop led by Maggie Queeney begins as a conversation with our current exhibition, All have the same breath.
After engaging with the exhibition, participants read and discuss poems that explore the artworks’ prevalent themes. Together, we compose a collaborative poem that uses breath, repetition, and visualization to describe our individual and collective experiences and relationship to the earth.
The workshop is free and open to all but space is limited. Reserve your space here.
Maggie Queeney is the Poetry Foundation Library Coordinator. Her poetry chapbook, settler, was named the winner of the 2017 Baltic Writing Residency Poetry Chapbook Contest and is forthcoming from Rabbit Catastrophe Press.
Gallery 400 welcomes all visitors and strives to make every effort to accommodate guests with various needs. The gallery has a wheelchair-accessible entrance and elevators. Gender neutral and wheelchair accessible restrooms are located on the same floor as Gallery 400. While the restrooms are accessible to wheelchair users, the door to the restroom is not. Visitors who use wheelchairs can request personal assistance with opening and closing the restroom doors at the Gallery 400 front desk.
Personal assistance is provided in the exhibition space by attendants at the front desk. Additionally, gallery attendants are more than happy to provide audio description for any visitor who is visually impaired.
To inquire about further accessibility accommodations or for more information, please contact Sheridan Tucker Anderson at 312.996.6114 or email@example.com.