Events

April 24th, 2015
VESSEL: Text (Re)Accessioned — April Reception & Poetry Reading
  
 Join us in the Pearson Library for a reception and poetry reading in celebration of National Poetry Month. Featured guests include collaborators of the poetry project VESSEL: Text (Re)Accessioned: Jen Lagedrost, Larkin Higgins, & Madelynn Dickerson.

Inspired by found-text poets and book artists à la Tom Phillips (A Humument), VESSEL collaborators seek to offer an objet d’art that invites readers to consider the expected lifespan of a book, the material presence and fluid possibility of the printed word, as well as larger issues inherent to navigating the new age of discovery from old media to new meaning.

Professor Jacqueline Lyons (English) and her students will also perform readings during the event. All are welcome!

Date: Friday, April 24, 2015
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Pearson Library
Campus: Thousand Oaks Main Campus
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April 13 – 30, 2015
VESSEL: Text (Re)Accessioned — April Exhibit & Reception
 
California Lutheran University’s Pearson Library will host “VESSEL: Text (Re)Accessioned” as an exhibit with a reception this April. Select poems will be displayed alongside texts that helped to inspire the project, including Tom Phillip’s A Humument and Matthea Harvey & Amy Jean Porter’s Of Lamb. Students and library patrons are encouraged to create their own erasure poetry from deaccessioned library material during their visits to the exhibit. The full library calendar of events for April is available here: http://callutheran.libcal.com/calendar/pearsonlibrary 
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April 1 – 30, 2015
VESSEL: Text (Re)Accessioned — 30-Day Installation for #NPM15
 
In honor of National Poetry Month, the VESSEL collaborators are sharing a curated selection of poems from “VESSEL: Text (Re)Accessioned” in an online gallery exhibit via social media. We will post one vessel poem each day for the month of April. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter with #vesselpoems @Madelynn_D and @jenlagedrost. 
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