Daily Archives: April 19, 2013

Pan Left Productions- The Pan Left Just Art Brunch

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Pan Left Brunch Tickets Available
RSVP Extended

The Pan Left Just Art Brunch is getting closer and we are excited.

Celebrate with us!

RSVP by Tuesday, April 23. You can get your tickets here.

http://www.panleft.net/general/pan-left-just-art-brunch/

Or if you would like to RSVP your seats or tables before purchasing a ticket

please email jason@panleft.org

SUNDAY APRIL 28 at 10 A.M.

  

Pan Left’s 4th Annual Just Art Brunch

Celebrating Artists and Social Justice in our community

U of A Student Union South Ballroom

(parking at 2nd St. Parking Garage)

1303 E. University Blvd.

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Featuring

HONORED ARTIST

Melo Dominguez

  see more at melodominguez.com

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Music Entertainment with 

 

Aztral Folk

For more information email: panleft@panleft.org  phone: 520-792-9171

visit panleft.org

 

BUY Brunch Tickets Here

 
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Thank You and see you at the Brunch!

 

Or mail check (memo Brunch) to:

Pan Left Productions

631 S 6th Avenue

Tucson, AZ 85701

Pan Left Productions
631 S. 6th Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85701
520-792-9171
http://panleft.org 
Pan Left Productions | 631 S. 6th Avenue | Tucson | AZ | 85701

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Christopher J. Corbally, SJ, PhD (Vatican Observatory and University of Arizona) and Margaret Boone Rappaport, PhD (Cultural Anthropologist, Futurist, Science Fiction Novelist) – OUTSIDE THE BOX, INSIDE THE MATRIX

OUTSIDE THE BOX, INSIDE THE MATRIX
by Christopher J. Corbally, SJ, PhD (Vatican Observatory and University of Arizona) and Margaret Boone Rappaport, PhD (Cultural Anthropologist, Futurist, Science Fiction Novelist).

Five papers that Christopher J. Corbally, SJ.PhD. and Margaret Boone Rappaport, PhD. are writing will come together in a format for a non-fiction book aimed at a Young Adult (YA) audience. The working title of the upcoming book is OUTSIDE THE BOX, INSIDE THE MATRIX. It’ll be presented as a dialogue between priest-astronomer and anthropologist-biologist about human evolution and religion, science, and art. Should be fun!

They have titles for all five papers.  All five will be presented at upcoming professional conferences.

(1) “Visible Supernovae in A.D. 1054, 2054, and 3054: Inspiration for the Religious and Artistic of the Past and Future”

(2) “Advanced Domains of Thought as a Wellspring of New Knowledge for Our Coming Global Society” at a Conference in Pasadena, 2013, on “Interdisciplinary Studies,” August, 2013.

(3) “Crossing the Latest Line: The Evolution of Religious Thought as a Component of Human Sentience”History.” At a conference in Moscow on “Big History.”

(4) “Kirk and Spock: The Sensibility of Sentience, Its History, and Our Expectations for Non-Terran Species” At a conference on “Humanity in the Cosmos,” Maui, 2014.

(5) “The Accelerating Evolution of Hominin Sentience: Balancing Emotion and Cognition in Science, Religion, and Art”

For more information contact Margaret Boone Rappaport at msbrappaport@aol.com

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THE WRITERS STUDIO- CELEBRATES POETRY DAILY AT POWERHOUSE ARENA, SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 5 P.M & Many Writing Courses

THE WRITERS STUDIO- CELEBRATES POETRY DAILY AT POWERHOUSE ARENA, SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 5 P.M & Many Writing Courses
“Celebrating 26 years of helping writers reach their potential”

>> THE WRITERS STUDIO CELEBRATES POETRY DAILY AT POWERHOUSE ARENA, SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 5 P.M. The reading will spotlight the online anthology of contemporary poetry with readings by Sophie Cabot Black (The Misunderstanding of Nature and The Descent: Poems), Korean-American poet Cathy Park Hong (Engine Empire), Major Jackson (Holding Company; Poetry Editor, Harvard Review), James Lasdun (Give Me Everything You Have: On Being Stalked), Dennis Nurkse (A Night in Brooklyn), and Pulitzer-Prize poet & founder/director of The Writers Studio Philip Schultz. The event is free and will take place at The PowerHouse Arena,37 Main St., Dumbo, Brooklyn. F to York St. or A/C to High St). FACEBOOK 

>> WE BOAST ABOUT THE SUCCESS OF OUR STUDENTS: Christina Frei’s poem “The Botanist” will appear in the next issue of Kansas City Voices and her poem “Firefly” in the inaugural issue of The Inflectionist Review. Christina is a student in Peter Krass’ Online Intermediate Poetry Workshop. Isaac Kirkman’s stories “Portrait of a Sister with Insects” and “Avian Theories” were published in Out of Gutter, and the former story also appeared in Out of the Gutter 8 Digital Love: Best of the year print edition. “Solar Graffiti” was published in Shotgun Honey and “This Protean Love” in the digital and print issues of Zelmer Pulp‘s Sci-fi anthology, Hey, That Robot Ate my Baby!. In addition, Isaac’s poem “Alva’s Wings” and collaborative poems with Jamez Chang “Could This Really be Happening?” and “Go Back Where You Came” were published in the Spring 2013 edition of Menacing Hedge. James and Isaac’s collaborative poem “Jeremy!” will appear in Apeiron Review. Isaac is a student in Tucson Advanced Workshop.

>> JUMPSTART YOUR WRITING BEFORE THE SUMMER: JOIN “THE MOST PERSONAL OF THE PROGRAMS” (THE NEW YORK TIMES). 
ONLINE LEVEL I, taught by Anamyn Turowski (nominated for a Pushcart Prize this year), begins Wednesday, May 1
ONLINE LEVEL I, taught by Yetsuh Frank, begins Monday, May 6
NYC LEVEL I, taught by Whitney Porter, begins Monday May 6
NYC LEVEL I, taught by Elliot Satsky, begins Monday, May 13
COMPLETE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES | TO REGISTER. 

>> CRAFT CLASS BEGINS APRIL 23: HONE YOUR SKILLS AS A WRITER.  In this 9-week program, you learn to recognize the techniques writers use to achieve their literary goals and how to apply these techniques to your own writing. This session, we will be reading works by fiction writers Carol Shields, Grégoire Bouillier and poet David Wojahn, among others, and welcome two guest speakers: James Lasdun and Edward Hirsch.  You can attend the classes in person or simply access them through podcasts. Check out our current reading list.
COMPLETE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES | TO REGISTER. 

>> “IT’S HARD TO EXPRESS WHAT A DIFFERENCE THE WRITERS STUDIO HAS MADE, not just in my writing, but in my life. The techniques you’re teaching us are such a practical, actionable way to express the ideas that used to get clobbered into silence by my inner critics. Your humor, insights, and encouragement have made a huge difference too.” – Karen McIntyre, Online Level I Student

www.writerstudio.com / 212-255-7075 / TWITTER / FACEBOOK / question@writerstudio.com

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