Spring 2012 Schedule

All events are hosted by WAMFEST Artist in Residence Wesley Stace, who will also be performing alongside musician/author Kristin Hersh on April 4th.  WAMFEST would not  be possible without the extraordinary generosity of Bob and Patricia Pures.  For more information about our sponsors, please click here.

Schedule:
Tuesday, April 3 @ 2 pm in Hartman Lounge: “A Conversation with World-Renowned Dancer, Choreographer and Director Mark Morris

Wednesday, April 4 @ 2 pm in Hartman Lounge: ”Crooked Walks in Space: A Conversation and Performance with Celebrated Rock Star and Author Kristin Hersh and the Greatest Poet of His Generation, Tom Sleigh

Thursday, April 5 @ 2 pm in Hartman Lounge: “A Reading and Conversation with Serving House Books Award Winners P.K. Harmon and Barbara Froman

Tuesday, April 17 @ 5:30 pm in Hartman Lounge: ”A Conversation with Heralded Author Michael Gray on ‘Bob Dylan and the Poetry of the Blues’”

Wednesday, April 18 @ 3 pm in the Bottle Hill Room (Campus Ctr): “A Reading with the Poet Laureate of South Africa Keorapetse ‘Willie’ Kgositsile, Incredibly Influential Poet and Author David Henderson and Celebrated Author Jeffery Renard Allen

Thursday, April 19 @ 2 pm in Lenfell Hall: “A Conversation and Performance with Hip-Hop Superstar Talib Kweli, Poet Quincy Troupe (pictured) and Jeffery Renard Allen

All events are free.  Non-students are strongly encouraged to make reservations by emailing wamfest@comcast.net.  Learn more about the performers here.

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