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The Transitives Lecture Series: Alina Gregorian, 4/20

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Please join us for The Transitives lecture series!


Alina Gregorian
Thursday, April 20
12PM in the Bark Room, 2 W. 13th Street

Alina Gregorian is an Armenian-American poet, artist, and curator. She is the author of the chapbooks Flags for Adjectives (Diez) and Navigational Clouds (Monk Books). One of her recent projects includes making a GIF for each letter of the Armenian alphabet. She curates Triptych Readings, hosts a video poetry series on the Huffington Post, and once conducted a workshop for the Poetry Society of America at the New York Botanical Gardens. From 2011-2016, she taught writing at Rutgers University. Find her online here: alinagregorian.com.


Created in 2014 by Niki Kriese of AMT, the annual staff lecture series showcases the creative practices of Parsons staff members.This year’s series features artists who work with transformation, communication, storytelling, alchemy. There is a constant shifting of subject, object, author, audience, and the goal is to complicate before they clarify. Using film, text, painting, and science, the artists approach their topics from different directions but share that same need to tell stories and describe experiences. 

For more information please contact kriesen@newschool.edu

Produced with assistance from the Parsons Staff Development Fund.

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