A Conversation in Poems and Stories
The Wildling Museum of Art and Nature is pleased to present “A Conversation in Poem and Stories.” This program is free and open to the public. It will take place on Sunday, March 10, from 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM in the Valley Oak Gallery. The program features the work of two accomplished artists: Jerry Dipego, Ron Colone. The MC for the event is Steve Braff. Please call the Wildling Museum at 805-686-8315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
About Jerry Dipego
Jerry Dipego was raised in the Laketowns of Northern Illinois. He is a writer of fiction whose 55-year career has included 4 novels, over 35 films, and 7 stage plays. His works can be found at www.geralddipego.com. He has performed readings of his work solo or with a cast for the past 12 years, including poetry, drama, and comedy, and he treasures the pure and immediate delivery of his words to an audience.
About Ron Colone
Ron Colone is the co-founder and co-producer of Tales from the Tavern. He is the President of Real Eyes Productions and the Executive Director of the Artist Advocacy Foundation, working to support artists, events and programs that aspire to inspire. Ron is the founder of the Music on the Green concert series and the co-founder of The McDowell Mountain Music Festival. He is a columnist for the Santa Ynez Valley News and the author of five books. https://talesfromthetavern.com/about/
About Steve Braff
Steve Braff is drawn to performance poetry–recitations of his own work and others shared with the audience in a celebration of image & word, rhythm & rhyme: a play of word music that connects; a resonance in the heart, rather than scratching of the head. You hear it. You get it. You smile. Learn more about Steve at www.stevebraff.blogspot.com.