Sunday, June 20, 2010

Photos from the Beverly Arts Festival

What a joy it was to hang out all day at the Writers Studio during Saturday's Arts Fest Beverly. Organizer and poet extraordinaire Colleen Michaels did a tremendous job with the space on Cabot Street, sponsored by Montserrat College of Art

Poetry rocks!

Storyteller Tony Toledo charms his young audience.

Look at that work of art. And the painting is nice, too.

Colleen Michaels, the hostess with the mostest.

Dawn Paul reading from The Country of Loneliness.

Colleen with Erik Lomen (right, plaid shirt), and company after the open mic. Erik is the artist who painted the works on the walls.

Poetry for the people.


Jessie Carty said...

Great pics :) especially the second one cause poetry does rock!

jim said...

What a great day, event, and celebration! It makes me happy to see this sharing and enriching and joy.

January said...

My community is what keeps me in Massachusetts. Well, my community of writers and the Red Sox!

I'm lucky to be in a group that acts on their ideas. They are a wellspring of creativity. :)

The Storialist said...

Looks like a lot of fun.


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