When learning the Novel, you learn that the first novel emerged in the late 17th century. Such novels recorded voyages to strange new lands and even stranger bodies who peopled the land. On their return, there grew a complete market to consume the literature that was the spectacle of difference. With the innovation of photographs […]
How is nature poetic? How can Indigenous languages create a new sense of intimacy with one’s environment? On Thursday, March 23rd, three Hawaiian poets came together with author and professor Dr. Craig Santos Perez to explore these questions through a reading of their work. Featuring D. Kealiʻi Mackenzie, Donovan Kūhiō Colleps, and Noʻu Revilla, the […]
Poet Claire (Meuschke) Hong visited the Arts Research Center on March 2, 2023 for a craft talk following her reading through the Lunch Poems series.
Indigenous poets Michael Wasson and Alice Te Punga Somerville came together virtually to on March 8, 2023 for a reading of their work, followed by a conversation with Arts Research Center director Beth Piatote.
How important is historical accuracy, and who determines an “accurate” account of the past? How does art allow us to access history in a more time-forward way? Dillon Chitto sets out to answer these questions in his play, Pueblo Revolt.
by Marisa Lin, October 6, 2022 Fall 2022 Poetry Reading and Craft Talk, held on October 6th 2022 (event info here). The full recording of the event is available for viewing on our YouTube channel, here. The Land Remembers: The Memory Field by Jake Skeets “The landscape is associated with memory,” said Jake Skeets in his October craft […]
Review: Fall 2021 Poetry Fellows Reading, held December 8th 2021.
By Menat Allah El Attma (Feb 2022).
Say: I read your poem
I read your poem to be close to you.
Review: Camille Dungy & Ross Gay: Black Nature, Poetry, & Coexistence, in conversation with Aya de León and Maurya Kerr. Reading and conversation held October 20, 2021.
Process notes for Heliotrope (manuscript in progress)
This year I gave up the idea of maps. Otherwise known as the net cast over the body of the earth for conquest.