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Saturday, May 5 — IMAGINE fest at RIT — Call for Poets

John Roche announces : “We’ll be handing out the new Signatures all day Saturday, and there will also be a Signatures-sponsored open mic for students outdoors near the Henry Moore sculpture behind the Liberal Arts building. In addition, there will be a tribute to several area poets going on at the new Campus Center attached to the SAU, in room 1010-1015 (by the main entrance and info desk). There are still slots open for anyone who would care to read a poem or two by Pat Janus, Robert Creeley, Bob Panara, Lucille Clifton, Hayden Carruth, or Janine Pommy Vega. See below for schedule.

 

RIT’s Lost Poets Salon Honors Poets Enshrined on Rochester’s Poets Walk

 11-11:30 Tribute to ASL poetry pioneer Robert F. Panara

 

Featuring the RIT student ASL performance troupe “Dangerous Signs“:

Jamal Jones, Troy Chapman,Malik Paris,Nic Shaw, Nicole Hood, Joseph Fox, Jarlisa Corbett, Samantha Geffen, and Matthew Parsley

(with advisor/coach Luane Davis Haggerty and special guest Eddie Swayze)

 

Poems by Robert Panara: “Two By Two”; “In His Deafness”; “Rustle of a Star”.

 

12-12:30 Tribute to Pat Janus and Robert Creeley

Colleen Powderly

John Roche

 

1-1:30 Tribute to Lucille Clifton

Jonathan Ntheketha

Lori Nolasco

Erika Mason

Michelle (Lizzie) Brown

Chan McKenzie

 

2-2:30 Tribute to Hayden Carruth and Janine Pommy Vega

Steven Huff

Paulette Swartzfager

Lori Nolasco

John Roche

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