Quantcast
eventdetail
Image courtesy of Elizabeth Rodriguez

In conjunction with the exhibition, "Texas TRIPtych," readings will explore what we see and seek, what we collect and recollect to remember, and the art we find/make/reconstruct from our experience of nature.

Rodriguez’s experience of collecting rocks and her exploration of rivers and lakes form the basis of “Texas TRIPtych” which include small triptych paintings of Texas rivers, creeks, lakes, shores, landmarks, and landscapes in watercolor and mixed media, paired with a corresponding arrangement of rocks found there.

Readers are Jean Hackett, poet, naturalist and author of “Masked/Unmuted (Finishing Line Press, Spring 2022); Suzanne Green, ZAN, like the artist, Zan too is a lover of all things rivery, which also means feathery; Antonia Murguia, poet; Mobi Warren, poet, educator, puppeteer and co-founder of Stone in Stream; and Jim LaVilla-Havelin, author of “Thread & Nectar” (Finishing Line Press).

What is Stone in Stream? Stone is Stream is a collective of writers, artists and activists committed to the environment and our place within it. Founded by Mobi Warren and Jim LaVilla-Havelin after a workshop by Kathleen Dean Moore – who talked about the way the individual can make a difference in protecting the environment, like a stone in the stream, which just being there diverts the water, even if only a little.

In conjunction with the exhibition, "Texas TRIPtych," readings will explore what we see and seek, what we collect and recollect to remember, and the art we find/make/reconstruct from our experience of nature.

Rodriguez’s experience of collecting rocks and her exploration of rivers and lakes form the basis of “Texas TRIPtych” which include small triptych paintings of Texas rivers, creeks, lakes, shores, landmarks, and landscapes in watercolor and mixed media, paired with a corresponding arrangement of rocks found there.

Readers are Jean Hackett, poet, naturalist and author of “Masked/Unmuted (Finishing Line Press, Spring 2022); Suzanne Green, ZAN, like the artist, Zan too is a lover of all things rivery, which also means feathery; Antonia Murguia, poet; Mobi Warren, poet, educator, puppeteer and co-founder of Stone in Stream; and Jim LaVilla-Havelin, author of “Thread & Nectar” (Finishing Line Press).

What is Stone in Stream? Stone is Stream is a collective of writers, artists and activists committed to the environment and our place within it. Founded by Mobi Warren and Jim LaVilla-Havelin after a workshop by Kathleen Dean Moore – who talked about the way the individual can make a difference in protecting the environment, like a stone in the stream, which just being there diverts the water, even if only a little.

In conjunction with the exhibition, "Texas TRIPtych," readings will explore what we see and seek, what we collect and recollect to remember, and the art we find/make/reconstruct from our experience of nature.

Rodriguez’s experience of collecting rocks and her exploration of rivers and lakes form the basis of “Texas TRIPtych” which include small triptych paintings of Texas rivers, creeks, lakes, shores, landmarks, and landscapes in watercolor and mixed media, paired with a corresponding arrangement of rocks found there.

Readers are Jean Hackett, poet, naturalist and author of “Masked/Unmuted (Finishing Line Press, Spring 2022); Suzanne Green, ZAN, like the artist, Zan too is a lover of all things rivery, which also means feathery; Antonia Murguia, poet; Mobi Warren, poet, educator, puppeteer and co-founder of Stone in Stream; and Jim LaVilla-Havelin, author of “Thread & Nectar” (Finishing Line Press).

What is Stone in Stream? Stone is Stream is a collective of writers, artists and activists committed to the environment and our place within it. Founded by Mobi Warren and Jim LaVilla-Havelin after a workshop by Kathleen Dean Moore – who talked about the way the individual can make a difference in protecting the environment, like a stone in the stream, which just being there diverts the water, even if only a little.

WHEN

WHERE

Bihl Haus Arts
2803 Fredericksburg Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78201
http://www.bihlhausarts.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.