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Incident: A Recap!

2014 August 6
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Thanks to all who came to Incident: A Reading at Rosalux Gallery!



The evening was full of good vibes, fantastic readers, mesmerizing art, and a ridiculously fun collaborative poem. The first version below is the original, and the second version is backwards, for fun. We like it both ways, actually!



A huge thanks to Rebecca Krinke and Duane Ditty for inviting us into their exhibition for this reading, and to our beloved readers: Opal C. McCarthy, Timothy Otte, and Brett Elizabeth Jenkins. Thanks also to Jessica Mayer for the photos below, and to all Hazel & Wren staff for being amazing, as usual.



Three Things: Incident Edition

2014 July 21
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This Thursday, please join the Hazel & Wren team at Rosalux Gallery in northeast Minneapolis for Incident: A Reading, in collaboration with the current exhibition, “Incident: Rebecca Krinke and Duane Ditty.” A night of community, art, feathers, —and of course, writers— the evening will feature three local poets: Timothy OtteBrett Elizabeth Jenkins, and Opal McCarthy.

This week, I’ve collected three images inspired by Krinke’s and Ditty’s “Incident” show, and which should in turn provide some inspiration you. Incidentally, these three images are also excellent preparation for Thursday night, when we’ll be writing a collaborative, audience-generated poem inspired by the artwork. Sound like fun? Good. See you there.



Josef Sudek, Remembrances of E. A. Poe, 1959. Photograph. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.



Missy Hammond Dunaway, A Quiet Bird and a Noisy Bird, 2010. Archival ink on paper.



Beth Dow, Clearing, Wakehurst Place, 2004, from In the Garden series. Photograph.