Speaking With Artist Mojdeh Rezaeipour on “Belonging”

Holly Mason

By Holly Mason

Belonging, Mojdeh Rezaeipour’s solo show at Arlington Arts Center, is on exhibit through December 16th. She will be participating in a Gallery Talk about the work on its closing day this Saturday from 1-3pm.  All seven solo artists at AAC for the Fall (one in each gallery) are women.

In Belonging, Rezaeipour plays with space, dimensionality and architectural elements to invite us inside the walls of her learning, as she tugs deeper …

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Voices in Motion

Allie Ross

A note from the Assistant Blog Editor—

The response to So to Speak’s themed series, itself a response to the #MeToo and #HimThough campaign, was beyond our expectations. It has been humbling to read your very personal recollections made prose, poetry, and art. We are taking appropriate time to read each and every individual piece submitted. The final pieces to be published here will debut as soon as …

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Final Call for #MeToo – and a Spotlight for Veterans

Allie Ross

There are just a couple days left to submit a piece to our special blog series, a response to the #MeToo campaign and subsequent #HimThough campaign. If you have a poem, work of visual art, personal essay, short piece of fiction, or any hybrid of those – let your voice be heard. Submit Here for the #MeToo Themed Series before tomorrow, Monday, November 13.

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A Review of “daughterrarium” by Sheila McMullin

Kristen Brida

Review by Kristen Brida

Publisher: Cleveland State University Poetry Center
Author: Sheila McMullin
ISBN: 978-0-9963167-5-0
Pub Date:4/1/2017
Retail Price:$ 16.00

I have read through McMullin’s debut collection daughterrarium at least twice. The first time I read them, I scribbled in the margins with a little more urgency than when I take notes for other books I read. The second time …

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