A reading of new poetry by Kansas poet laureate emeritus Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, accompanied by photographs and videos of wild weather by weather chaser and photographer Stephen Locke, from their new book, "Chasing Weather: Tornadoes, Tempests, and Thunderous Skies in Word & Image" (September 2014, Ice Cube Press).
Following the reading, Mirriam-Goldberg will discuss long-term collaborations with other artists working in concert with the natural world. Free and open to the public!
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With climate change comes far more powerful and threatening weather, something Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg has been writing poetry about for years as part of a collaborative project with weather chase and photographer Stephen Locke. At this event, Caryn will also discuss the nature of collaborative arts projects, what she's learned about sustaining long-term collaborations, and how such collaborations can push us to create new and surprising (especially to ourselves) work.
See some of the images she'll be sharing at http://tempestgallery.com.