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Authoritative voices have defined poetry and visual art—the “sister arts”—in relation to each other in ways that have even elided their obvious differences. What is gained, or lost, when shared discourses of art are used for both media? Their supposed similarity is famously characterized in Horace’s Ars Poetica by the dictum ‘ut pictura poesis’ ‘as is painting, so is poetry’…Two Poets, a Painter and a Writer have a lively discussion around this topic with some time for questions from the audience.
This event will be held in-person at Saratoga Arts in the main gallery space. Seating will be provided, registration is required to attend. This event will also be live streamed and be added to our members only accessible library for future viewing.
All in person attendees are required to present proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (card or excelsior pass) or negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours. NO EXCEPTIONS - entry denied without for the health and safety of all.
This artist talk is made possible by generous underwriting support of the the Tang Teaching Museum Collection, sponsored by the Henry Luce Foundation.