Silver Spring Town Center Arts SalonDate: Thu, May 17th 2012
Additional Time Info: Noon
External Link: Event Website
Event Tags: Literature & Lectures
SSTCi ARTS SALON
"How can/do we work through adversity?"
with poet, actress, puppeteer and teaching artist Ellen Aronofsky Cole
Thursday, May 17th,12 noon
Silver Spring Civic Building
Guest Artist: Ellen Aronofsky Cole
Topic: How can/do we work through adversity?
Who's invited: Fine artists, filmmakers, writers, musicians, photographers, graphic designers, playwrights, poets, and anyone interested in the creative process.
What to bring: Ideas, questions, stories, business cards for networking, and a brown bag lunch and/or drink, if desired.
Where to show up: Silver Spring Civic Building; Silver Spring, MD 20910. We'll meet in the Colesville Room, 2nd floor. The Civic Building is the new building across from the Majestic Movie Theater, on Ellsworth between Fenton and Cedar. Most meters on the street are one hour only; To mapquest, I suggest you use the address for the Town Square Garage (Garage 61) 801 Ellsworth Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20910, which is right across the Street.
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GUEST ARTIST: Ellen Aronofsky Cole is a poet, actress, puppeteer, and teaching artist who has performed in theaters throughout the Washington, D.C. area. Ellen taught creative writing and drama in elementary schools and has been on the faculty at Round House Theatre, The Writer's Center, Passion for Learning's Young Writer's Institute, and Interact Story Theatre. Ellen's new chapbook, Prognosis, was published in January 2011 by Finishing Line Press. Her poems have been published in The Washington Post Magazine, The Potomac Review, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, Ares Poetica.com, in Paper Kite Press's anthology,and many more.
HOST: Mary Amato (Host) is an author, poet, songwriter, musician, and playwright. firstname.lastname@example.org;
For the May Salon, SSTCi Board member Don Berkemeyer, a photographer and musician, will be hosting.