audrey dimola[art for the wild]

WORLD OF WORDS: QUEENS – 4/12/14

My biggest solo-curated event as of April 2014!

Audrey Dimola's World of Words: Queens
Thank you to Sal Acosta & Wendy Angulo (Canvas of Words) for the flyer!

WORLD OF WORDS: QUEENS
A forward-moving celebration of Queens Literary Arts
Hosted & Curated by Audrey Dimola

Saturday, April 12th, 3-5:30pm
Little Theatre at LaGuardia Performing Arts Center
31-10 Thomson Ave, Long Island City

Exploratory, emotional, ecstatic – these Queens locals and Queens supporters will share their stories with all the vibrancy and authenticity this borough is known for. Wit, rawness, passion, humor, and honesty: this is WORLD OF WORDS.

Live onstage in LaGuardia Performing Arts Center‘s 200-seat Little Theatre, local writers/poets and performers – some of whom appeared in the first ever Queens Literary Town Hall at Queens Council on the Arts and the Queens Poet Laureate’s ETERNiDAY festival at Queens Museum – will share their expressions in a variety of literary mediums interspersed with multi-disciplinary interludes, including poetry, storytelling, music, dance, video, theatre, spoken word, and literature in translation.

FEATURING!

Roger Sedarat
Josh Rivedal
Sweta Srivastava Vikram
Richard Jeffrey Newman
Poetry Teachers NYC featuring Megan DiBello, Daniel Dissinger & Aimee Herman
Jack Feldstein & his Neon Films
Honor Molloy
Valerie G. Keane
Wendy Angulo’s Canvas of Words
Tyler Rivenbark
(with a play staged by Sarah Burkhalter & Brandon Jones)
Greg Kirkorian
Literature in Translation from Queens College students Clint Ruhlman, Kristina Kalpaxis & Marta Mondelli
Safiel Vonay
Saroya Marsh
M. Leona Godin
Debut performances from words/movement collective The Pen & The Ink (Kym Nolden, Audrey Dimola, Sarah Kit Farrell & Jacob Horstmeier)

& ALSO Ellen Stedfeld will be doing some LIVE DRAWING of the performers/performances!!

$10 tickets available at the door / Facebook invite

Great article on the show from The Forum Queens!

Thanks also to Brownstoner Queens & everyone who has helped spread the word!

PHOTOS from JMBOES Photography – on Facebook

VIDEO of the debut of “MIRRORS” from The Pen & The Ink

VIDEO with my reflections before the event – G R A T I T U D E.

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Into the wild wonderland…

Celebrated as "a wildfire in a world of fluorescent bulbs" and a "poetic force of nature," Queens, NYC native Audrey Dimola is a poet, performer, curator, connector, and lifelong artist, as well as Director of Public Programs at Long Island City's Socrates Sculpture Park. // Thanks so much for stopping by! You'll find all my work on this website, past and present, as well as new blog posts. Poetry, prose, videos, events, photos, articles - it's all here. // As always.. STAY WILD, STAY GRATEFUL!

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Decisions We Make While We Dream (2012)

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