Readings and Exhibition at Project 1628

Readings and Exhibition at Project 1628

Readings and Exhibition * Paul Jaskunas * Katherine Kavanaugh * Jennifer Wallace


Sunday, February 4, 2018 2:00 – 5:00 pm

PAUL JASKUNAS is a writer and professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where he teaches literature and creative writing. He is the author of Hidden, a novel for which he received the Friends of American Writers Award. Recent journalism and essays have appeared in The New York Times, America, First Things, and Atticus Review, and he is the founding editor of Full Bleed, an art and design journal. He is a past recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship to Lithuania. Paul will be reading fiction.

KATHERINE KAVANAUGH constructs site-specific outdoor and indoor installations. She also uses drawings, printmaking and photography in her work. She has exhibited in numerous regional and international venues. In this exhibition, Katherine will exhibit photographs and drawings which are a response to a 2016-2017 winter residency in North Iceland. She teaches at the Maryland Institute College of Art. The exhibition is on view until March 4 by appointment.

JENNIFER WALLACE teaches at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD. She is a poetry editor at The Cortland Review. Her poems, essays and photographs have appeared in artists’ books, exhibition catalogs, galleries, museums, anthologies and literary journals. Her fifth poetry collection, Almost Entirely, was published by Paraclete Press in 2017. Jennifer will read poems from her latest collection along with new poems and essays.


Project 1628 1628 Bolton St., Baltimore 21217

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