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“Write A Painting, Paint A Poem” Group Show in Grubbs Gallery

Rita Edelman, Oriole Farb Feshbach, and Carl Sesar will exhibit, “Write a Painting, Paint a Poem,” a group show at the Grubbs Gallery in the Reed Campus Center at The Williston Northampton School from November 4 to December 17, 2010. An artists’ reception will be held on November 7, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.

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Rita Edelman, Oriole Farb Feshbach, and Carl Sesar independently explore the relationships between painting and poetry. Rita Edelman uses poetry and the calligraphic geometry of ancient symbols in developing her paintings; Oriole Farb Feshbach is inspired by poetry to capture the visual panoply on array in our natural world; and Carl Sesar paints poetry with typewriter ribbon and rubber stamps.

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Williston Presents Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest

oscar wilde playThe Williston Northampton School will present its fall play, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, October 21 -23 and October 28-30, 2010. All performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Williston Theatre, 18 Payson Avenue, in Easthampton.

One of the most famous comedies of all times, The Importance of Being Earnest tells the story of two men who decide to take on hidden identities in order to win the women of their dreams. Set in the London countryside at the turn of the last century, the play is full of witty dialog and sly criticism of the status quo.

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Debra Monroe to Read from “On the Outskirts of Normal”

news 7The Williston Northampton School’s Writers’ Workshop Series will host author Debra Monroe for a public presentation on Thursday, October 7, at 7:00 p.m. in the Dodge Room of the Reed Campus Center. This event is free and the public is welcome.

Declared “required reading” by Vanity Fair and picked by People Magazine and Salon.com, Monroe’s memoir On the Outskirts of Normal: Forging a Family Against the Grain tells an unsentimental story about a white woman who adopts a black baby in small town Texas. Published in June 2010, it has since been on the “Top 10 Books to Pick Up” in O: the Oprah Magazine.

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