Events

Events: July, 2017 Calendar View

Graffiti Workshops

Join artists Michela Martello and Josephine Barreiro for workshops on the graffiti alphabet and the art of stickering.

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New York Poetry Festival

Join P+B on the White Horse Stage at 11!

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Workshop: Feminism, Politics, and Poetry session 4: Belonging

For five weeks this summer poet and educator Marissa Anne Ayala will lead a series of poetry workshops that encourage participants to develop their voices as poet-activists. This session addresses the politics of oppression, protest, and voice.

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Women’s Writing Circle at the Pen and Brush

Welcome to a writing group in a venerable women's arts nonprofit. The Writing Circle gathers monthly to share work, offer feedback, network, and support each other from drafting to publication. All are welcome!

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Workshop: Feminism, Politics, and Poetry session 3: Boundary

For five weeks this summer poet and educator Marissa Anne Ayala will lead a series of poetry workshops that encourage participants to develop their voices as poet-activists. This session addresses the politics of bodies and crossings.

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Beyond Empowerment

Join POWarts for the second part of our summer series tackling issues of representation, visibility, and criticism in the arts. This series of panel discussions raises essential questions about feminism and diversity in the arts, providing a framework for all industry professionals to better address and understand these issues. This panel is on the gallery’s role in promoting and championing women artists.

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Workshop: Feminism, Politics, and Poetry session 2: Dis-location

For five weeks this summer poet and educator Marissa Anne Ayala will lead a series of poetry workshops that encourage participants to develop their voices as poet-activists. This session addresses the politics of family, gender, and geography.

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Workshop: Feminism, Politics, and Poetry session 1: Auto-Historia

For five weeks this summer poet and educator Marissa Anne Ayala will lead a series of poetry workshops that encourage participants to develop their voices as poet-activists. This session addresses the politics of self, history, and role.

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