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An Intense Kind of Listening: An Art Talk with Poet and NEA Literature Fellow Hadara Bar-Nadav

Presented by National Endowment for the Arts at Online/Virtual Space

Jun 19 - 30 2020
An Intense Kind of Listening: An Art Talk with Poet and NEA Literature Fellow Hadara Bar-Nadav

Whether taking on the persona of the sun to muse on mortality, or exploring the thumb as a microcosm of the range of human emotions, or exploring “Americanness,” poet and NEA Literature Fellow Hadara Bar-Nadav’s work asks what it is to bear witness.

Whether taking on the persona of the sun to muse on mortality, or exploring the thumb as a microcosm of the range of human emotions, or exploring “Americanness” in an erasure poem made from the package insert of a prescription medicine, poet and NEA Literature Fellow Hadara Bar-Nadav’s work asks what it is to bear witness, what it is to grieve, what it means to remember, and ultimately, what it is to be human at a particular moment in history.

These questions seem even more urgent in these

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