Through the weather that announces spring, spring snow, then spring, snow poems disappear one by one. Special thanks to Jim, Matthew, and Rich of WeDoWindows SF for their in-kind services cleaning the tricky and sometimes enormous government building windows. Many of those windows had not been cleaned in decades. Spring!
Jennifer Guerin’s Community Action Studies from Santa Fe Indian School class joined Hannah Mabel in January 2013 for a walking snow poems tour around the Capital buildings and the Railyard District, covering 14 windows. Edie Tsong,on a following class, gave a talk called “The Autobiography of an Art Activist.” Here are some of their responses […]
SFUAD, poem by Nicholas Chiarella I like sitting in the Thaw room when the sun is going down. The poem projects onto the painting on the opposite wall and the frosting on the window makes me feel like I’m sitting in a kind of snow fort; a protective warm place away from the cold of […]
People are talking about Snow Poems while out and about, in the grocery store, in classrooms, and even at the hot springs in Montezuma where I bumped into a couple visiting from Denver. Students from Santa Fe University of Art and Design wrote about Snow Poems: One. One thought. One feeling. One expression. One breath. […]
Hats off to our dedicated installation crew for getting 61 poems up on 41 buildings around Santa Fe!! (L-R) Anais Duplan, intern from Bennington College/ Story of Place; Arianna Sullivan, Santa Fe University of Art and Design intern; Sharifa Lookman, New Mexico School for the Arts intern; Hannah Mabel, Santa Fe University of Art and […]
On a spring-like December Sunday, poets, dressed in white, read poems on snow. Poets rocked the full house at Marji Gallery & Contemporary Projects, thus opening this season’s Snow Poems. The Poetry Storm highlighted the afternoon, and refreshments included homemade cookies by Cut+Paste Society members and interns. We hope you will return to see the Snow […]