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Landfalls: Dedications to Alaskan Women Writers and Storytellers


  • Kenai Peninsula College Soldotna, AK United States (map)

"I grieve the flesh-and-blood other. We are dependent. We can't be sufficient only with ourselves, no matter how fully realized all our aspects." Becoming Earth, by Eva Saulitis

How do we know, relate to, and narrate the complexities of living in the North? What words resonate with us when we talk, hear, or read about the place we call home? What sparks us to learn more, change our behavior, and show empathy towards a place and its people? These questions are loaded, complicated, and full of an emotional history of being connected - and disconnected - with a landscape.

Landfalls is a dedication for the women who have helped shape my understanding of the physical, mental, and literary landscape that is as broad as Alaska is in size. This series will continue to grow and unfold as I read and listen. I hope this work inspires you to pick up a book, read a poem, and find solace and solidarity within the words.

Currently Showing at the Pratt Museum in Homer, AK, through September 4th

Landfalls will open November 8th in the Gary F. Freeburg Gallery, Kenai Peninsula College, Soldotna, AK

 

Earlier Event: July 8
A little summertime in Denali!