is the grass any bluer...

is the grass any bluer...
on the other side?

Friday, August 27, 2010

Conjure This...


The nice folks at ELandF Gallery are looking for a writer for its latest project.  Check it out and contact Bruce Burris at the email addy below if interested!

This Poem Breathes For You…
Wanted: One Literary Conjurer (writer/poet)
needed to create/perform in Latitude Artist Community’s installation/performance …This Poem Breathes For You … 
at THE RAYMOND THUNDER-SKY FOLK ART CARNIVAL Saturday/Sunday September 25& 26 11am- 6pm, Cincinnati Ohio
What: On the order of a carnival quick sketch artist, the Literary Conjuror will be seated at a decorated card table on which there will be a manual typewriter (and paper). Folk art carnival goers will be invited to present the conjurer with up to three words (on an index card) which best represents their interior intensions, the literary conjuror then has up to five minutes to craft a luminous  ode (of no more than three lines in length) in response.
To apply: Please no more than 100 words on… Why I would like to be a Literary Conjuror for a weekend. Please attach one writing sample or a link to current efforts. Finalists may be invited to audition at Latitude. The Literary Conjurer will be selected by Latitude artists.
Honorarium: Latitude’s Literary Conjuror will receive an honorarium of $100.00 and a ride (both days) to and from Cincinnati with lunch included.
Submissions/information: by Email only please to “Conjuror” Latitudearts@yahoo.com                                                                                             
Deadline: Submissions by Tuesday Sept 14
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Contact: Bruce Burris
Latitude Artist Community
167 Saunier St. Lexington, KY
 
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About THE RAYMOND THUNDER-SKY FOLK ART CARNIVAL
September 25 & 26, 2010, 11 am to 6 pm both days,
Building Value Retail Outlet, 4040 Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio  
 Art booths, family art-making activities, a cookout -all to celebrate the Thunder-Sky spirit 

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