In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Wendell Gilley Museum is worked up to host award-winning poet and naturalist Kriten Linquis on our April People-Nature-Art speak. Join us on Tuesday, April 12, at 7 p.m. for an online-only occasion to find out about Linquist’s nature-inspired observe, her literary exploration of the land, and her lyric celebration of its inhabitants.
Author of two full-length collections of poetry, Linquist has acquired varied awards, together with a Pushcart Prize nomination and two Maine Press Association awards for outside writing. She’s written pure historical past columns for native papers, and has maintained a each day haiku weblog, “Book of Days,” since 2009. An avid birder since childhood, Kristen served as the primary feminine member of the Maine Bird Records Committee, and guides chicken outings round Maine. She lives in her hometown of Camden, along with her husband, novelist Paul Doiron, and their cat.
People-Nature-Art is the Gilley’s month-to-month collection that brings painters, writers, carvers, and artistic sorts of all types to the Gilley to share how nature impacts their artwork and their method to creating it; and the way their artwork impacts their method to the pure world.
This occasion is on-line solely and free, however registration is required at http://www.wendellgilleymuseum.org/events.
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