Posted: April 5th, 2011 | Author: Jordan Melnick | Category: Photo | Tags: Abe's Penny Live, Artseen | 2 Comments
Hosted at Artseen Gallery in Wynwood (2215 N.W. Second Avenue), Abe’s Penny Live asks visitors to commune with the work of four Miami photographers . . .
. . . and then to write a poem in response.
Gaby Calvocoressi, author of Los Angeles Times Book Award finalist Apocalyptic Swing, penning an impromptu poem.
Sculpture students at the New World School of the Arts constructed writing perches for poets . . .
. . . and love birds.
Along with Calvocoressi, FIU professor-poet Denise Duhamel gave a reading: “And the spring runs eternal beneath zephyrhills . . .”
Tess and Anna Knoebel, the sister-publishers of Abe’s Penny
Abe’s Penny Live is open all month, including during Second Saturday Art Walk, so you still have plenty of opportunities to submit a poem. Just remember . . .
All photos by Beached Miami photographer Robby Campbell, who is one of the four local photographers featured in Abe’s Penny Live.