Mar 072015

Sunday, March 15th at 7 PM: As part of the Water Street Studios Climate Crisis exhibit and event series, Waterline Writers will feature the winners of the climate poetry contest, as selected by poet Kristin LaTour. Winner Donna Pucciani and honorable mentions Tricia Marcella Cimera, Jim Lewis, Lucinda Marshall and Barbara Ungar will be joined by performance artist Luis Mejico with an interdisciplinary piece based on the poems. Essays and fiction from Donald J. Bingle, Joe Pisciotto of Three Plaid Farmers, and Ray Ziemer will offer perspectives on past, present, and future climate issues. A 5-minute-limit Open Mic begins at 8:30 PM. Waterline Writers: experience writers reading their own work—poetry, spoken word, fiction, non-fiction, scenes and more—3rd Sundays from September through May at Water Street Studios, 160 S. Water St. Batavia, IL. $5 donation.

Come back on March 20th 6-9 pm for the opening reception for the Climate Crisis art exhibit, which will be on display through May 2nd. Luis Mejico will also perform on March 20th. Our venue, Water Street Studios, is also home to two beautiful art galleries, twenty-six artist studios, School of Art classes for all ages, free Awesome Art Afternoons, Art Flow enrichment programs, and artist access to PrintLab, CeramicLab or MetalLab equipment.

Only 3 more Waterline Writers events before our summer hiatus! Plan to join us at 7 pm on March 15th, April 19th and May 17th! We’ll return in the fall!

Take My Word For It! writing classes for kids are held at Water Street Studios on Thursdays from 4-5 pm (ages 8-11) or 5:15-6:15 (ages 12-14). Sign up online.

Open Mic: Thurs. March 19th, 6:30 PM: Paul LaTour hosts Lit By The Bridge with this month’s feature, Rich Le Cropane. To participate, sign up early—limited to first 10 people! Culture Stock 43 E. Galena Blvd, Aurora.

Do YOU want to write?

  • Join one of 13 Local Writers Groups.
  • Visit Wordplay poetry workshops for teens in one of three west suburban locations.
  • Come to Galleries Are For Writers Too! Look at art (and the world around you) with new eyes, and find new ways to approach and understand your writing through informal and creative discussions, time to write (in the gallery!), and sharing of the evening’s work or insights. No homework! Facilitated by Anne Veague and open to creative writers of any genre, at any level. Bring your laptop or notebook. Free to Water Street Studios members. We appreciate a small donation from non-members! Sundays at 7 pm at Water Street Studios.  

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