A Performance with Oregon's Poet Laureate, Anis Mojgani
Co-sponsored by OSU's Contemplative Studies Initiative and The School of Writing, Literature & Film
Held via Zoom on Friday January 15, 2021 7-8pm
Free; All are welcome
Registration is required; please register here.
The seen world exists as two points––the world that it itself is, and the unseen world that the seen world reflects. Seeking to observe both these worlds, is what the act of poetry is rooted in, an interrogation of the spirit, which in reality is the spirit interrogating the self. This communion allows us to see the world around us more greatly which thus allows us to see the worlds within us more greatly, then allowing us to see even more greatly the world, and back and forth and back and forth, as is the character of conversation. For this session, Oregon’s Poet Laureate, Anis Mojgani will be sharing poems and facilitating conversation about what it means to be in dialogue with the seen and the unseen.
Requests for accommodation can be made by emailing ContemplativeStudies@oregonstate.edu or calling 541-737-4785.
Friday, January 15 at 7:00pm to 8:00pmVirtual Event