Poet-Artist Collaboration XVI Reading on April 8, 2017 at The Crossings in Zumbrota

PAC XVI postcard (1)

For the 16th year in a row, Crossings at Carnegie, a lively art center and concert venue in Zumbrota, Minnesota, has brought poets together with visual artists. Each year, poets send in poems and, through a blind judging process, upwards of two dozen are selected. Meanwhile, through a similar juried process, an equal number of visual artists are selected. The end result is a month-long exhibit at The Crossings to celebrate National Poetry Month, and the highlight is a celebratory reception and reading. This year, on Saturday, April 8, artists, poets, friends, family, and art-and-poetry lovers generally will gather for a feast of great food and wine and a chance to hear poems read, to view the art works inspired by the poems, and to hear a little bit about the inspiration behind the work.

I will be there to read my poem, “Nomad’s Daughter,” and I would love to see you, too, if your schedule allows.

The Crossings is a very dynamic place. I have participated in four past Poet-Artist Collaborations, and, some years ago, they hosted a joint exhibition of my photographs and those of Northfielder Patsy Dew. They always have something interesting going on, and their shop is full of unusual and beautiful merchandise that makes finding a perfect gift quite easy. It is worth checking out any day of the year!  For directions, and for more information about the depth of program offerings, from classes and concerts, to exhibitions and shop offerings, you can find out more about The Crossings at Carnegie by checking out their website.

Sig Flowers

7 thoughts on “Poet-Artist Collaboration XVI Reading on April 8, 2017 at The Crossings in Zumbrota

  1. Hi Beth,

    I wish you could attend as well. Made me think of Kathy’s watercolors, actually! Leslie

  2. What a great idea! I recently attended a Melopoeia – I learned a Greek word meaning a blending of music and poetry, in this case. It was amazing and lasting. I’m sending you more via snail mail but this event sounds similar – very expansive and memorable to bring the arts together and the artists and public as well! Wish I could come!

  3. Would love the event, I’m sure, if I could be there.

    Is the rright thing to say to a poet “Break a Leg?”

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