the final Oyez Roslyn! event this season
Saturday March 15th, 8 PM
This time we will have two visual artists and a writer of prose:
Alice Wheeler’s portraits and photo essays have been exhibited around the United States at museums such as the Seattle Art Museum, the Experience Music Project, Henry Art Gallery, the George Eastman House, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. She is perhaps best known for her documentation of the Pacific Northwest music scene including Nirvana, Grunge and Riot Grrl, but plenty of other subjects are caught by her lens.
Charles D’Ambrosio has published short fiction and essays, and won a serious number of serious awards for his writing, including A Whiting Writer’s Award, an Academy Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Lannan Literary Fellowship, and a Rasumuson Fellowship. D’Ambrosio portrays real-time people and the sometimes gritty, sometimes glinting world we move through.
Dianne Kornberg is a photographer, digital print maker and more. She will talk and show some of her collaborative work with poets, particularly Madonna Comix. Come see not just the work itself, but how her multimedia images were developed, the way in which visual and verbal, poems and images, refer to more, and how virtual collaboration can work.