On First Friday, March 6th, Four Chambers staged a live performance / walking tour of their latest release at the Phoenix Art Museum, Poetry and Prose for the Phoenix Art Museum (to much applause). And given how much fun it was, we’re doing it again!
FOUR CHAMBERS PRESENTS: POETRY AND PROSE FOR THE PHOENIX ART MUSEUM
TIME: Saturday, April 4th at 2:30 pm
LOCATION: Phoenix Art Museum (1625 N Central Ave, Phoenix AZ 85004)
COST: Free with Museum membership or general admission!
Please meet in the Greenbaum Lobby.
Paula Ashley / Sue Hyon Bae / Carlyon Blackman / Savannah Blitch / Julie E. Bloemeke / Alicia Brall / Mackenzie Brennan / Aaron Deck / Dana Diehl / Rosemarie Dombrowski / Jared Duran / Jack Evans / Keith Francese / Holly Hendin / Allegra Hyde / Pinna Joseph / Collin Kelley / Katie Hae Leo / Kimberly Mathes / Ashley Naftule / Heather Nagami / Kelly Nelson / Jia Oak Baker / Shawnte Orion / Derik Roof / Michelle Salcido / Eric Shepard / Garrett Smith / Joanna Thomas / Rebecca Wise-Eklund
Deborah Butterfield / Elena Climent / Philip C. Curtis / James G. Davis / Tacita Dean / Jay Dusard / Lorser Feitelson / Helen Frankenthaler / Jean-Leon Gerome / Felix Gonzalez-Torres / Joe Jones / Brad Kahlhamer / Yayoi Kusama / Stanton Macdonald-Wright / Chris McCaw / Jose Chavez Morado / Louise Nevelson / Pablo Picasso / Bridget Riley / Daniela Rossell / Miklos Suba / George Tice / Edouard Vuillard
TOPICS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
Being an unfinished Madonna (religious idol, not pop star); Seeing your loved ones consumed by disease like so many children eating small pieces of candy; St. Anthony of Padua; Buddha; Being metaphorically consumed in a dancing swarm of fireflies; Being metaphorically chased by literal ghosts; Being a ghost; Being rich and bored; Being a horse; Womanhood; Capitalism; Taxidermy; Being the only animate person at a party full of sculptures; How a painting by Pablo Picasso probably makes a better lover than a painting by Stanton Macdonald Wright; and many more!
Poetry and Prose for the Phoenix Art Museum contains 26 poems and 4 prose works by 30 authors (86% of whom live or work in Arizona).