What You Don't Want to Miss

Two Arizona-based artists have events coming up this week.

Poet Sean Nevin will be reading the evening of Thursday, May 7 at Changing Hands Bookstore in Tempe along with Prescott poet Jim Natal. Nevin will read from Oblivio Gate, a critically acclaimed collection of poetry about loss and memory. For more information on the reading go here.

On Friday and Saturday, May 8 & 9, performance artist Denise Uyehara hosts The Senkotsu (Mis)Translation Project at Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica, CA.
Project description: "Inspired by an Okinawan tradition in which the bones of the deceased are washed and placed in tombs, this project remembers the U.S. occupation of Okinawa via a series of interactive rituals." For more information go to deniseuyehara.com.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Renee, don't know how you found me but I'm glad you did. Adding your site to both of my blogrolls. Looking forward to reading here and getting to know a fellow Detroit sisterchick. I know a few Simms here.

    Today has turned out to be a very good day. Please visit us at Color Online as well. And if you're ever interested in being a guest blogger or give an interview, would love to have you.