[VIRTUAL] Writing Club at Home: On Wholeness with Kay Ulanday Barrett
[VIRTUAL] Writing Club at Home: On Wholeness with Kay Ulanday Barrett

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In collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, AAWW Presents Writing Club at Home with guest writer Kay Ulanday Barrett to facilitate a virtual workshop on wholeness and assemblage. Kay Ulanday Barrett will introduce works of art by Alfonso Ossario and Adrian Piper, share a series of creative writing prompts, and offer the opportunity for writers from around the globe to gather in a calm, supportive, and welcoming environment.

Writing Club is part of the Artful Practices for Well-Being initiative, where we seek to offer a space for connectedness and healing through art. 

 

Named as a Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Writers You Should Know by Vogue Magazine, Kay Ulanday Barrett is a poet, essayist, cultural strategist, and A+ napper. They are the winner of the 2022 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Cy Twombly Award for Poetry, a 2022 recipient of a Tin House Next Book residency, and a recipient of a 2020 James Baldwin Fellowship Award at MacDowell. Their second book, More Than Organs (Sibling Rivalry Press, 2020) received a 2021 Stonewall Honor Book Award by the American Library Association and is a 2021 Lambda Literary Award Finalist. They have featured at The United Nations, The Lincoln Center, The Hemispheric Institute, Symphony Space, Brooklyn Museum, Dodge Poetry, The Poetry Foundation, The School of the Arts Institute, Manchester PRIDE, Princeton, Columbia University, Sesame Street, & more. Their contributions are found in The New York Times, Academy of American Poets, Poetry Magazine, Literary Hub, Colorlines, The Advocate, Al Jazeera, NYLON, Vogue, The Rumpus, The Lily, VIDA Review, and elsewhere. Currently, they serve as a co- curator at The Asian American Writers’ Workshop. For more information go online at kaybarrett.net or on social media at @brownroundboi.

 

Accessibility
American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation and CART captioning is available for public programs upon request with two weeks’ advance notice. MoMA will make every effort to provide accommodation for requests made with less than two weeks’ notice. Please contact AdultPrograms@moma.org to make a request for these accommodations.

Writing prompts will be available in English and Tagalog.

[VIRTUAL] Writing Club at Home: On Wholeness with Kay Ulanday Barrett

Monday, December 19, 2022
6:00 PM
$0.00


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