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Our literary arts program has been created to provide enthusiasts of the written word a listing of City sponsored literary events throughout the Tri-Valley.
Friday, February 21: 7-9pm
Teen Poet Laureate Nive Raghavan will be presenting with some amazing poets at the 7th Annual Peace Symbol Anniversary/4th Annual Berkeley Rennaisance Artist Awards at the Berkeley Arts Festivalnbsp; Come by, it should be a fun event for all!
Berkeley Arts Festival: 2133 University, above Shattuck, Berkeley, California
Sandra will read poetry with Raina Leon, PhD, Asst Professor of English, St Mary's College
at Towne Center Books
Monday March 10th, 7pm
Open Mic to Follow
1000 Words Response Event
Thursday, March 27th, 6:30-8:30
$7 Suggested Donation, suitable for performers of all ages.
Visit the “1,000 Words” narrative art exhibit in the Harrington Gallery during the first two weeks and select an artwork to respond to with music, poetry, drama, prose or improv. Simply add your name to the sign-up list on the desk at the gallery, then show up Thursday, March 27 to share your talent! Or just come see what evolves…
Open Mic Night @ Foothill High
Produced by Teens for Literacy & Teen Poet Laureate Diana Fu
Friday, April 11: Doors at 6pm in the Foothill Mutli-Purpose Room
Poetry, Improv, Dancers, Bands, Comedy, Spoken Word, Rappers, Singers.. Anything goes.
$5 at the door
Sign up at FHSTFL@gmail.com
“The Theory of Poetic Relative-ity”
Thursday, May 8th, 6:30-8:30
$7 Register at pleasantonfun.com Barcode# 57127
The theory of poetic relative-ity states that there is at least one poet in every family tree, and this is your opportunity to share poems written by your sister, brother, or your late aunt's cousin's husband, or share the handwritten poems you found taped on the bottom side of the top drawer in your mother's dresser.