Cadence 2019 – Familiar Cadence

Thu Apr 04:

Image credit, this page: Still from Broken Tongue by Mónica Savirón

$12 General Admission
$9 Student/Senior
$7 Member

About

A video poetry showcase curated by local publishers and arts organization partners Interbay Cinema Society, Jack Straw Cultural CenterMount AnaloguePoetry Northwest, Pongo Publishing, and Seattle City of Literature.

Interbay Cinema Society presents:

Jack Straw Cultural Center presents:

  • Shin Yu Pai
  • Amber Flame
  • EJ Koh
  • Irma Pineda
  • Kamari Bright
  • Shontina Vernon

Mount Analogue presents:

Poetry Northwest presents:

  • Poetry by Keith Leonard, directed by Ian Stevens and Zachary Bivins
  • Poetry by Dao Strom, directed by Rowland Dahwen
  • Poetry by Elizabeth Barnett, directed by Ian Stevens and Zachary Bivins
  • Poetry by Keetje Kuipers, directed by Ian Stevens and Zachary Bivins

Pongo Publishing Teen Writing Project presents:

Nikkita Oliver and Georgia McDade reading poetry by youth in juvenile detention.

Seattle City of Literature presents:

UNESCO Cities of Literature:

  • Iowa City
  • Nottingham
  • Ulyanovsk

Video poetry is language as light. As an art form, video poetry is lucid and liminal—on the threshold of the literary and the moving image. It articulates the poetic image visually, rather than metaphorically—it shifts words from page to screen, from ink to light. A video poem makes meaning that would not exist if text was without image, image without text. It is language-based video work or a video-based poem. Video poetry is a literary genre presented as visual media.


Registration for both the adult and youth generative video poetry workshops is now open and festival passes to attend all four screenings are available.

See it all! $23 Members, $40 General


Thank you to The Evergrey for their support of Cadence: Video Poetry Festival as a Media Partner!

Thank you to The Evergrey for their support of Cadence: Video Poetry Festival as a Media Partner!

https://theevergrey.com



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