Catskill Talks Lecture Series




For the second year the Wurtsboro Art Alliance will be hosting a lecture series on the third Saturday of each month between June and October starting at 5pm at The John Neilson Gallery as presented by Patricio Robayo.
The series will feature talks by regional artists, musicians, poets, painters, photographers, sculptures, and authors, to name a few.

Catskill Talks will host, An Evening of Literature on October 20 at 5 pm at the John Neilson Gallery located at 73 Sullivan St. in Wurtsboro.

Three local writers will read selected works and share their thoughts on the process of writing.

Will Conway: Conway facilitates a monthly workshop for the Country Voices Poetry Group. He studied commercial art at Sullivan County Community College and photography at Empire State. His poetry and illustrations have been published in regional newspapers and several chapbooks. He enjoys a passion for gardening. Conway is winner of 2018’s DVAA award as Artist in the Community.

Isabel Braverman: Braverman is a journalist, writer, editor, dancer, teacher, choreographer, and cat enthusiast. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Ithaca College.
William Fellenberg: Fellenberg has presented his poetry and prose as a featured reader at various venues in upstate New York, including the Catskill Arts Society in Livingston Manor, the Howland Cultural Center in Beacon, and Jones’ Farm Poetry series in Cornwall. He is presently completing his memoir, The Sayonara Cowboy, about his early childhood in Post-War Japan and his transition to life in the USA.

Donations will be accepted at the door to help support the Wurtsboro Arts Alliance.
This project is made possible, in part, with funding from a Sullivan County Arts & Heritage Grant funded by the Sullivan County Legislature and administered by the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance
 
 


 The John Neilson Gallery is located at 73 Sullivan Street in Wurtsboro, NY. This event is free and open to the public. Donations will be accepted at the door to help support the Wurtsboro Arts Alliance.