The Northwestern Oklahoma State University English Department brings the second of its four-month Creative Reading Series to the Graceful Arts Gallery this Friday for the First Friday Art Walk. This month’s theme is titled “Ranger Readings” and will feature the creative works of five Northwestern students.
“We aim to inspire all who attend,” Natalie Sacket, Fairview sophomore, said. “We are extremely excited to be able to share a little bit of creativity with the NWOSU campus and Alva community, so we would love to have a great turnout. This is a new experience for many of us, so we are planning to have fun in a creative and relaxed setting. There will be a variety of genres and viewpoints, so we are very excited to share an entertaining evening with everyone.”
“Ranger Readings” will feature Dalton Imberi, Woodward freshman, reading an original short story; Kate Henning, Milton, Del., junior, reading a collection of poems and a short story; Sacket, reading a collection of poems and a short story; Ashley Urban, Enid senior, reading original poems; Rachel Reardon, Woodward sophomore, reading original poems.
The Creative Reading Series will return April 3 for “Poetry Night” and again May 1, theme to be announced.
For more information on this series, contact Dr. Kathryn Lane, English, foreign language and humanities chair and assistant professor of English, at email@example.com or (580) 327-8470.
Posted on Mon, March 2, 2015
by Haley Smith