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Dikeou Lit: Emily Dickinson
April 28, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Dikeou Collection presents the thirty-third Dikeou Literary Series on Thursday, April 28. 18th-century poet Emily Dickinson serves as the themed inspiration for readers Natalie Earnhart, Carolina Ebeid, Jade Lascelles, and Holly Amos, as represented by several artworks on view in Devon Dikeou “Mid-Career Smear.” The Dikeou Literary Series is organized by Mairead Case and is free and open to the public.
As part of “Mid-Career Smear” programming, Dikeou Lit: Emily Dickinson takes cues from three artworks in the exhibition–Displaced Denver: Emily Dickinson (2000 ongoing), “I Cannot Live With You. . .” (1993 ongoing), and “So We Must Keep Apart. . .” (1993 ongoing) by Devon Dikeou. These three works speak to the theme of “in-betweenness” that permeates the exhibition, and that of Dickinson’s prose.