Writing the Walk: A Workshop with the Oxeye Press Poets

May 20, 2018 - 10:30am - 12:30pm

Writing the Walk: A Workshop with the Oxeye Press Poets
Sunday, May 20, 2018, 10:30 am-12:30 pm
www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/education/writing-walk-work...

In conjunction with artist-in-residence Chuck Stebelton’s Imprint project.
Fee: $15/ $10 members (includes a copy of the Oxeye Press edition made for this event)
Registration: Advance registration required. Register online or by phone at 414-446-8794.
Join Chuck Stebelton and Renato Umali for a birdwalk, earlier that morning, 8:30 am-10 am.

Led by Oxeye Press poets, including poet and teacher Richard Meier and publisher, printer and poet Jordan Dunn, participants will discuss walking and a poetics of presence at the place of inscription. We’ll explore the ways walking and writing participate in the Lynden Sculpture Garden as a natural space and a site for making. Following a discussion of poets and texts and artists associated with these ideas, participants will walk and write in the garden. Selections from the writings of participants will be combined into a single walk and printed in a limited edition by Oxeye Press.

Related Events
Poetry Reading:
Saturday, May 19, 7:00 pm
Richard Meier (February March April April)
Jordan Dunn (Physical Geography as Modified by Human Action)
Chuck Stebelton (An Apostle Island)
at the Woodland Pattern Book Center
720 E. Locust Street
Milwaukee WI, 53212
Click here for more info.

About Oxeye Press
Based in Madison, WI, Oxeye Press publishes small editions of handmade books, chapbooks, and ephemera with a focus on experimental writing, letterpress printing, and friendship. The press grew out of the reading series Oscar Presents. Since 2014, they have made event-specific prints for over 50 poets and artists who have read or performed for the series. A complete archive of Oxeye Press materials is available in the Department of Special Collections at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Oxeye Press publications are printed and edited by Jordan Dunn. www.oxeyepress.org


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