Poets-in-residence provide an ongoing series of lectures, screenings, discussions, and poetry readings. In addition to live events, these poets are the editors of the 1000 Books by 1000 Poets series. A calendar of events will be under continual development. At any given time, poets are producing posters, editing books, writing poetry or conversing with visitors on issues in contemporary poetics. On the hour before closing each day, an international poetry reading will be convened via Skype.
Current poets-in-residence (14 March – 30 March): Steve McLaughlin (Philadelphia), Cassandra Gillig (NYC), Kit Schluter (Providence) and Matthew Claudel (Cambridge, MA).
Former poets-in-residence (1 March – 14 March): James Hoff (NYC), Felix Melia (UK), and Kristen Mueller (Berlin). (14 February – 30 February): Sophie Collins (UK), Deanna Havas (NYC), and Danny Snelson (Philadelphia). (30 January – 14 March): Harry Burke (UK), Rui An Ho (Singapore), Sophia Le Fraga (NYC), and Danny Snelson (Philadelphia).
Past readings are in the process of being transcoded for a reading and exhibition archive.
Tuesday, 18 March – Thursday, 20 March 2014
Today’s film program features work by New Jersey-based artist Robert Barry, born in 1936 in the Bronx, New York.
The program is 20 minutes and will be shown at :00, :20, and :40 each hour.
Thirteen Pieces, 2012, USA, 20 minutes
Courtesy the artist.
Friday, 21 March – Sunday, 23 March: Emily Wardill
Tuesday, 25 March – Thursday, 27 March: Lis Rhodes
Evening screening: Thursday, 27 March: Chick Strand
Friday, 29 March – Saturday, 30 March: Raya Martin
Tuesday, 11 March – Sunday, 16 March: Erika Vogt
Tuesday, 4 March – Sunday, 9 March: Stephanie Barber
Tuesday, 25 February – Sunday, 2 March: Kevin Jerome Everson
Tuesday, 18 February – Thursday, 20 February: Barry Doupé
Friday, 21 February – Sunday, 23 February: Laure Prouvost
Tuesday, 25 February – Thursday, 27 February: Kevin Jerome Everson
Friday, 14 February – Sunday, 16 February: Ryan Trecartin
Tuesday, 11 February – Thursday, 13 February: Stephanie Barber
Friday, 7 February – Sunday, 9 February: Stanya Kahn
Tuesday, 4 February – Thursday, 6 February 2014: Leslie Thornton