To celebrate National Poetry Month, UT Arlington faculty and students have organized a two-day festival, “Spark: New Media, Poetry & Art,” on April 24-25.
The brainchild of Dr. Toni Holland, a Department of English instructor, and Tore Terrasi, Assistant Professor of Art & Art History, the festival will offer creative writing and art film workshops to undergraduate and graduate students. A panel discussion on new media, poetry and music with various English and Art faculty is also scheduled.
All events will be held in the Sixth Floor Parlor of the Central Library.
“Spark” is a Festival of Ideas Global Research Institute event and sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts, Department of English, Honors College and Native American Student Association.
Spark: New Media, Poetry & Art
Wednesday, April 24th
9 a.m. – New Media Art, Tore Terrasi
10 a.m. – New Media Book Art, MiHyun Kim
Noon – Guest Poet, Rain Gomez
1 p.m. – Poetry Reading, Ignacio Ruiz-Pérez
2 p.m. – Music and Poetry, George Chave
3 p.m. – Favorite Poem Project
Thursday, April 25th
8 a.m. New Media, Toni Holland/Tore Terrasi (This workshop is a closed, invitation-only event)
11 a.m. – New Media Poetry Screening
Noon – New Media Art Screening
1 p.m. – New Media Panel Discussion
3 p.m. – Poetry Reading, Tim Richardson
4 p.m. – Open Poetry Reading