In our Poetry Place, Clinton Art Gallery offers a selection of poetry publications by Connecticut poets for you to purchase. You can linger over the books, read poems and take a poem to keep from the poetry basket.
At our Sunday poetry readings you are welcome to enjoy the presentation and we also invite you to participate in the open mic sessions. Free Admission and complimentary light refreshments served. Please join us at the Clinton Art Gallery, 20 East Main Street, Clinton, CT .
For additional information, contact Pat Barone at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-627-4148.
The readings, in the Laurel Anne Olcott Art Center at 20 East Main Street in the heart of Clinton, will begin at 2:00 PM and will as usual feature energetic and engaging readings by local poets at the very popular Sunday Series open mic. Before and after the reading and open mic, and during the break, the audience will have a chance to enjoy the beautiful art work and crafts on display, as well as a rich selection of poetry books, and also discover the many classes, which include a variety of workshops in both art and writing, offered at the Clinton Art Gallery.
For more information, contact Pat Barone at email@example.com or 203-627-4148.
Parking: parallel parking on street ~ or ~ the old CVS parking lot ~ or ~ municipal parking lot across the street
beginning at 2:00 pm
FREE to the public with light refreshments
Open mic at each reading
April 26 Margaret Gibson and Edwina Trentham
May 24 Edwina Trentham Writing Workshop
June 28 Robert Cording and Cortney Davis
July 26 Carol Chaput and Steve Parlato
July Art Show First week of July for Carol and Steve
August 23 Greg Coleman and Rhonda Ward
September 27 Terry Blackhawk and Elizabeth Kudlacz
October 25 Patricia Barone and Lana Orphanides
October Art Show First week of October for Pat and Lana
November 22 Gwen Gunn, Sara Ingrams and
Edwina Trentham's next workshop to take place May 24, 2020
or more about Edwina Trentham's poetry:
Art Show & Reception by Carol Chaput and Steve Parlato
Art Show & Reception by Patricia Barone and Lana Orphanides