Poetry of Parallax

Against a black background are seven circles of various sizes containing clusters of white dots reminiscent of miniature galaxies.
Josiah McElheny, Seven Observations for June Tyson, 2019, acrylic on board with inset, hand-formed and polished micromosaic glass, black mirror, ash frame, 40 ½ x 53 ½ x 2 1/8 inches, courtesy of the artist and James Cohan Gallery

Looking to celebrate the end of classes for the semester? Join us on Thursday, December 8, at 3:45 pm, for an afternoon of creative thinking and writing while exploring the world of Parallax: Framing the Cosmos through the lens of poetry! Participants are encouraged to get their creative juices flowing through a short introduction to ekphrastic poetry, led by Associate Professor of English and exhibition co-curator Maggie Greaves, followed by time to write and explore the gallery. The event will conclude with a discussion of our creative processes and a short reception, including food!

This event is free and open to the public.

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