Glenn North presents 2/9 at ArtsBar
Glenn North is currently the Director of Education and Programs at the Black Archives of Mid America. He is a Cave Canem fellow, a Callaloo creative writing fellow, plus a recipient of the Charlotte Street Performing Artist Award and the Crystal Field Poetry Award. Glenn provided the poetic narration for the award winning film short, ‘May This Be Love’ and did a guest appearance on the ABC’s, ‘Lincoln Height’s. His work has appeared in Kansas City Voices, One Shot Deal, The Sixth Surface, Caper Literary Journal, Cave Canem Anthology, The African American Review, and American Studies Journal. He also collaborated with legendary jazz musician, Bobby Watson on Check Cashing Day and recently celebrated the publication of his poetry collection ‘City of Song’.https://www.facebook.com/
Join GUILDit in celebrating Black History Month with this dynamic cross-cultural artist.
The forum is 6:30-7:30pm on the 2nd Thursday at the Uptown Arts Bar; 3611 Broadway St; Kansas City, MO 64111
– ( The Uptown Arts Bar is catty-corner from the Uptown Theatre)
– (Parking is in the back of the bar) (Arts Bar is a 21+ venue)
– (The bar’s food menu includes pizzas and next door restaurants include iPho Tower, Shio Ramen Shop, Peking Chinese and Krokstrom Klubb & Market)