Poetry, Sculpture, Music and Tea at the Boston Sculptors Gallery

Saturday March 28 from 3:30 – 5:30 pm

Audrey Henderson will be reading from her new book of poetry, Airstream, 2014, Homebound Publications  at 4:30

Ariel Friedman, cellist, will play accompaniment starting at 3:30

Audrey Henderson was a 2014 Hawthornden Fellow and a finalist for the 2014 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize. Her manuscript Airstream was published in November. Her poems have most recently appeared or are appearing in Magma, The Midwest Quarterly and Tar River Poetry.  She was a finalist in the Indiana Review 1/2 K Award and won second place in the River Styx International Poetry Contest. She is a 2015 Pushcart Prize nominee and was a finalist the 2014 Slapering Hol Chapbook Contest. She is originally from Scotland where she was a contributor to BBC Radio Scotland.

Ariel Friedman is a multi-genre trailblazing cellist, composer and educator from Boston.  Winner of ASTA’s 2009 Alternative Styles Award, she has a masters degree from New England Conservatory. Her diverse musicality adds to performances with her acclaimed sibling band, Ari & Mia, champion fiddler Hanneke Cassel, and her classical string ensemble, the Cardamom Quartet.  www.ariandmiamusic.com

 Last weekend to view the sculpture exhibits:

Susan Lyman The Body of Nature and Julia Shepley LOCUS, on exhibit through March 29th

 Susan Lyman is exhibiting sculpture in wood evoking the body in nature, the gathered elements of sapling, root, trunk, and vine seamlessly juxtaposed and animated into sensuous hybrid relationships.

Julia Shepley is exhibiting a series of mobile, sculptural drawings using references to architectural blueprints and household objects to convey the lasting physical and emotional imprint of place.

Contact: Julia Shepley, jrshepley@rcn.com , 617-628-7623