Art + Lit: Julia Moraes's Photography + Adriana Lisboa's Women Writing Brazil

Workshop

Ages: 18 - No Limit

Ability: All

Expertise: Specialty Workshops, ASLD Lecture

Julia Moraes's Photography + Adriana Lisboa's Women Writing Brazil

Wednesday, September 13 from 6-7:30pm @ ASLD

Speakers: Photographer Julia Moraes + Author Adriana Lisboa

In collaboration of the Biennial of the Americas, join Art Students League of Denver (ASLD) and Lighthouse Writers Workshop (LWW) for a special program about the intersection of literature and art. Co-presented by a writer and a visual artist or art historian, each program pairs a work of literature and a work of visual art together. The speakers discuss both, and make connections between the two. The audience is encouraged to read the book and review the visual art piece prior to each program, and to engage in the discussion during the Q & A session. All are welcome, including those who have not yet read the book.

For more information about the 2017 Biennial of the Americas, visit: http://www.biennialoftheamericas.org/

Artist Bios:

JULIA MORAES was born in São Paulo, Brazil. She is a visual artist whose work focuses on intimacy and public matters. Julia began her work in photography in 1998, as assistant / student of photographer Cristina Esperanza, in Madrid-Spain. In 2008 she graduated with a degree in Photography from SENAC. She was a portrait photographer for the Folha de São Paulo newspaper team from 2006 to 2009, followed by Isto E magazine. In 2014, Julia helped build the first photography bookstore in Córdoba, Argentina, where she taught portrait photography using only natural light. Today, she works with the Sao Paulo-based collective Ocupeacidade, which engages Brazilians through artistic public interventions. http://cargocollective.com/juliamoraes

ADRIANA LISBOA was born in 1970 in Rio de Janeiro. With degrees in music and literature, she is the author of 12 books of fiction and poetry, including the novels Crow Blue (chosen a book of the year by The Independent), Symphony in White (winner of the José Saramago Prize) and Hut of Fallen Persimmons. Her books have been translated and published in more than twenty countries. Her stories and poems have appeared in Modern Poetry in Translation and Granta, among others. Adriana has a BFA in Music/Flute Performance from Uni-Rio (Rio de Janeiro Federal State University), a MFA in Brazilian Literature and a PhD in Comparative Literature from UERJ (Rio de Janeiro State University).www.adrianalisboa.com


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