“Colloquium Under a Palm Tree”
A reading with Minh Nguyen, Jacobo Zambrano-Rangel, Ana García, Asha Ransby-Sporn, Andres Hernandez, Natalia Piland and Jeremy Sublewski that responds to Gloria Anzaldúa’s text “La Prieta” from This Bridge Called My Back (1983), and Cuban anthropologist Fernando Ortiz’s ideas on ‘transculturation’ and the confluences of different cultural experiences in how personal and political memory is formed, shredded, and re-stitched.
Light refreshments will be served. A microphone will be used for amplification. Service animals are permitted. We ask that everyone attending please refrain from using scented products. Our space is barrier free.
Threewalls is located at 2738 West North Avenue near the northeast corner of California Avenue, along the North Avenue (#72) and California Avenue (#52) bus routes.
We strive to host events that enable all individuals to participate fully. For any additional questions about accessibility, please contact us via phone at 773-661-1823 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
[An image of a room with white walls and a beige table in the center. Papers are stacked on one side of the table. Books are stacked on the other. A multi-colored hammock hangs in the foreground. An image of a wall with a still-life painting of a vase of flowers hangs to the left of a lamp with a parrot sitting on its white lampshade]
photo courtesy of the artists