New Orleans Loving Festival – LOVING DAY POETRY CIRCLE

Film Screening: 7:00pm Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Location: Press Street's Antenna Gallery - 3718 St. Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117

Poetry Circle

Please join us for a Poetic Gathering to Celebrate Mixedness and the 46th anniversary of LOVING DAY.

We will have readings by local poets Travis Duc Tran, Rosana Cruz, Geryll Robinson and Delia Tomino Nakayama; and music performances by Miguel Alvarado, Kiyoko McCrae, Zuri McCormick, Abbey Justo, Peter Nu, Delia Tomino Nakayama, Rosana Cruz, Jamal Givens, Mayumi Shara and El Tahra.

Admission Free. LIMITED SEATING.
Please contact Delia at poetryprocess@gmail.com for information about reading at the poetry circle.

This event was funded in part by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from Poets & Writers, Inc. New Orleans.

Hosted by New Orleans Loving Festival, Delia Tomino Nakayama, and Poets and Writers, with support from Wendy Gaudin, Charitable Film Network, Press Street’s Antenna Gallery, LovingDay.Org, Cupcake Fairies and Local Piano and Steel Pan Player Peter Nu. For more information about Loving Day, visit www.lovingday.org.


LOVING DAY AFTER PARTY

Wednesday, June 12th at 10:00pm.  Admission Free, Drink Specials and more…

Come hang out with us after the LOVING DAY POETRY CIRCLE!
LOST LOVE LOUNGE- 2935 Dauphine Street, NOLA 70117.

Hosted by the New Orleans Loving Festival.  For more information contact mail@chariablefilmnetwork.org, and please visit www.lostlovelounge.com.

 

 

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