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PLU Open Mic with Maysan Nasser

Posted on 27 Jan 2017 in Featured, PLU Open Mic, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Open mic was a transportive experience with an amazing feature by Maysan who stunned the attendance into a wondrous silence with the most compelling poetry ever. Round one opened with Fred comic-ing away on themes of sleep, showing one’s underwear, seatbelts and penis enlargement. Jac delivered a poem with empty bottles next to beds, crying, not crying, talking to oneself. Drnb transformed the stage onto a dancefloor with his stunning bright orange led belt lighting up the place to the tune of “You love me some days but it’s not all days”. Lara A asked if everyone had Tinder but already knew the answer and explained about looking for gold. She has a dramatic mind. She takes photos of people crying. Charlie offered everyone fin-sized m&ms and used issues of the New Yorker, before delivering a poem about a...

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PLU Open Mic with Jason Stoneking

Posted on 20 Jan 2017 in Featured, PLU Open Mic, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Join PLU Jan 26 for an evening of intoxicating words and a decent bar. We have the pleasure of welcoming as our featured performer Jason Stoneking, a man of honest expression and flowing verses. Jason Stoneking is a poet, essayist, and occasional performance artist who has been reading his work live for more than 25 years. He is the author of two volumes of poetry and four essay collections, a handful of screenplays, and one punk rock album (that he knows of). He divides his time between writing, playing chess, and generally making trouble for the good people of Paris. Additional information about him can be found in more places than he would like to admit. (Photo by Sabine...

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PLU: Cultural Revolution IS Here!

Posted on 5 Jan 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Beautiful documentary by Dina Khan and Maria Cavallo on PLU! In Dina’s own words: “I would like to dedicate this movie to all the artists who work torn with doubts or fears. We have a terrific job, but sometimes to make art and share it with the public makes us vulnerable. This is, for me, the greatest sign of authenticity. I would like to see more vulnerability around me. The more we feel vulnerable in our work, the more our art has to offer to the public. It is my deepest conviction. I am delighted to finish this beautiful test of motivation and zeal thanks to my many collaborators.“ Click below to watch the entire...

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