With Marshall campus closing, this was the last Renaissance Arts and Linus Pauling reading. Instead of melancholia, however, there was a strong sense of community and support amidst the students, families, teachers, administrators, and WITS writers. Several of the works celebrated the author’s determination and desire to find a place in the world. Lents Commons provided a great space for the reading, with pastries, coffee, and a sunny corner location. We want to thank all the students who participated, and look forward to working with them at Franklin and Madison High Schools next year!
Exploring the Lyric Essay
February 2, 2020
February 2-23, 2020 Sundays, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (4 class meetings)…
Everybody Reads 2020: Tommy Orange
March 5, 2020
Literary Arts is proud to host an evening with award-winning author Tommy…