Ah Haa School for the Arts presents an immersive auditory poetry experience in the Daniel Tucker Gallery. Recordings of poems, spoken words, songs, and stories by local and regional poets will be accessible via headset.
Visitors to the gallery will be able to lose themselves in the intimacy of each artist’s spoken voice. Poets featured In Their Own Words range from High School students to multipublished authors. Join Ah Haa during Artwalk where, Suzanne Cheavens, Daiva Chesonis, Jula Cieciuch, Tina Deschenie, Art Goodtimes, Payton Miller, Isabel Morgan, Paulo Munguia, Michael Thompson, Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and current Poet Laureate of San Miguel County, Joanna Yonder share their words, messages of empowerment, beautiful observations and vivid memories.
Trang is a Telluride Arts Small Grant recipient, which has allowed her to restart her latte art portraiture project. She first dabbled with drawing people in her coffees back in 2013, and before she moved away from Telluride in November 2015, she had amassed about 85+ portraits. Her “People of Telluride” project is a way of showcasing some of the lovely faces of people she’s met along the way that has made this little town feel extra homey. She plans to continue this project long after the grant, which one can view on her Instagram page, @peopleoftelluride.
Named in honor of the founder of Ah Haa School for the Arts, The Daniel Tucker Gallery & Exhibitions Program strives to facilitate opportunities for people to discover, explore, and nurture their own creativity through exhibition, programmatic participation, and observation. To this end, all exhibitions and installations in the Daniel Tucker Gallery are curated in a manner that adheres to the following principles: