OPEN DOORS CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Each month Open Doors will host an art event at the Weymouth Studio. The events are a way for us to recognize and help promote art in the community. These events are by donation and open to the public.  Donations go to providing opportunities for emerging and well-known artists, poets, musicians and dancers to showcase and share their work at Open Doors Weymouth Studio. 

 

At Open Doors we believe that our community is vibrant and thriving with artistic expression.  We invite you to share your art with us.  For more information on events and shows contact Gloria Monaghan, monaghang@wit.edu , or Marissa DeLisle, marissaopendoors@gmail.com

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UPCOMING EVENTS
Open Doors Arts Collaborative Poetry Series:
THE DRUNKEN BEE OUT OF THE FOXGLOVES DOOR
Saturday, December 10, 2022 at 6-8 pm
Location: Open Doors Yoga Studios, Weymouth Studio
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Event is FREE and Open to the Public.

PLEASE NOTE: You must be fully vaccinated to attend. This building is not wheelchair accessible.

 

FEATURED POETS

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Heather Treseler is the author of Parturition, which won the Munster Literature Centre's international poetry chapbook award and the Jean Pedrick Prize from the New England Poetry Club. Her poems appear in The American Scholar, The Irish Times, Harvard Review, Cincinnati Review, and The Iowa Review, among other journals, and her essays appear in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Boston Review, and eight books about modernist and contemporary poetry. In 2021, Spencer Reece chose her poem “Wildlife” for the W. B. Yeats Prize, and her sequence “The Lucie Odes” received The Missouri Review's Editors' Prize in 2019. She is professor of English at Worcester State University and a resident scholar at the Brandeis Women's Studies Research Center.

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Anthony Walton is the author of Mississippi: An American Journey, and the editor, with Michael S. Harper, of The Vintage Anthology of African American Poetry and Every Shut-Eye Ain’t Asleep: African American Poetry Since World War II. He is also the author of a chapbook of poems, Cricket Weather, and is the co-author, with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, of the best-selling Brothers-in Arms: The Epic Story of the 761st Tank Battalion, WWII’s Forgotten Heroes, among other books. His poems, essays, and reviews have appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Harper’s, Atlantic Monthly, Black Scholar, Oxford American, TLS, Poetry Ireland Review, and The Library of America: African American Poetry, among other magazines, journals, and anthologies. He has appeared as a commentator on CNN and CSPAN and has written and presented radio documentary for the BBC. The recipient of a Whiting Award, he teaches at Bowdoin College.

 

GREAT EVENTS... WONDERFUL MEMORIES.

PAST EVENTS

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Open Mic
Open Mic

Open Mic

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open mic, poem reading
open mic, poem reading

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