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Literary Tour: Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln NE

12 Comments 07 January 2015

Take a literary tour of Lincoln's Sheldon Museum of Art, from the giant head on the steps to giant torn pages in the breeze and everything in between.

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Edvard Munch – Poet?

7 Comments 06 January 2015

Edvard Munch is known for his paintings, especially "The Scream." But he was also a poet, and wrote many entries in his private journals in poetic form.

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Best in Poetry Top Ten Poetic Picks

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The Best in Poetry: This Month’s Top Ten Poetic Picks

8 Comments 04 December 2014

Toni Morrison finally reads 'Beloved.' You might be too smart to write. Why productivity might be killing you. Our Top Ten Poetic Picks.

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San Francisco Street Art Guatemalan

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Amazing San Francisco Street Art. What’s Your Expression?

10 Comments 20 November 2014

Walk with us through the streets of San Francisco. See the amazing street art. And choose your expression.

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Neuberger Museum of Art

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Literary Tours: Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, NY

6 Comments 22 October 2014

Go back to the Neuberger Museum of Art at New York's Purchase College with former museum staffer, Victoria Addesso in our latest Literary Tour.

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Literary Tour: David Levinthal’s “MAKE BELIEVE” Exhibit at San Jose Museum of Art

16 Comments 03 October 2014

Visit David Levinthal's 'MAKE BELIEVE' exhibit at San Jose Museum of art, with cultural images such as Barbie, baseball, World War II and sexual politics.

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Frank O'Hara

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September Beats: Frank O’Hara

3 Comments 30 September 2014

Poet Frank O'Hara bridged the Beat poets and contemporary poetry, taking poetry from academia and even the coffeehouses to the streets.

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The Best in Poetry: Top Ten Poetic Picks

5 Comments 18 September 2014

Your novel's optimum length is shorter than a bridge. A literary time capsule. Team building for the self-employed. It's our Top 10 Poetic Picks.

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Literary Tours: Robert Indiana at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

7 Comments 26 March 2014

While oft celebrated as a meticulous Pop artist with recognizable use of color, line, and shape, Charity Singleton Craig sees Robert Indiana as a poet, novelist and memoirist.

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Willow and Crow Gail Nadeau Artist Highlight

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Artist Highlight: IAM Auction—Gail Nadeau

1 Comment 24 March 2014

Beautiful work by Gail Nadeau will be part of the wonderful IAM Auction!

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Literary Tours: Palm Springs Art Museum

12 Comments 21 March 2014

On literary tours we often stop at places such as the Palm Springs Art Museum, to enjoy a visual feast.

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Ann Tracy Floral Art

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Artist Highlight: IAM Auction—Ann Tracy

2 Comments 13 March 2014

IAM Auction Artists: Ann Tracy works in a variety of media including digital art, photography, video and theatre (actor, director, playwright).

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Literary Tour: Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, Florida

5 Comments 05 February 2014

In today's literary tour, Kathryn Neel takes us into the jungle off the Atlantic coast in Florida for a colorful tour of the Atlantic Center for the Arts.

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Literary Tours Rex Hausmann Cody Center

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Literary Tours: Rex Hausmann’s Max-a-mal Exhibit at The Cody Center

14 Comments 03 January 2014

Tweetspeak Literary Tours take us many places. This time we visit Rex Hausmann's Max-a-mal Exhibit at The Cody Center on the grounds of Laity Lodge retreat center.

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Poets and Poems: Dave Malone and “View from the North Ten”

5 Comments 31 December 2013

Poets and Poems considers Dave Malone's View from the North Ten, which uses a Rothko painting to evoke what exists in the land and heart of the Ozarks.

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Image-ine Bedsheet Lisa Hesslegrave

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Image-ine Poetry: “Bedsheet” by Lisa Hess Hesselgrave

15 Comments 20 December 2013

Writing poetry from art ignites creativity and helps you become a better writer. Join Maureen Doallas in this Image-ine exercise based on "Bedsheet," a painting by Lisa Hess Hesselgrave.

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How to Become a Better Writer: Write Like a Painter

20 Comments 11 December 2013

Can studying the work of a visual artist teach you how to become a better writer? Charity Singleton Craig thinks so, with four paintings by Henri Matisse.

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This Week’s Top Ten Poetic Picks

No Comments 05 December 2013

Did Jane Austen play video games? Did William Carlos Williams really eat the plums? Did Ben Franklin think flying was useful? It's another week of the best in poetry and poetic things: Our Top 10 Poetic Picks.

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Les toits de Collioure by matisse

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Literary Tours: Matisse at Indianapolis Art Museum

10 Comments 04 December 2013

The work of Henri Matisse was not made to capture an impression, nor an exacting representation. His work captures the essence. Sort of like good writing.

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The Poet’s Son: Ai Weiwei

19 Comments 19 June 2013

Charity Singleton Craig explores Ai Weiwei's exhibit "According to What?" pondering the question of what it is that makes something art art along the way.

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