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October 6, 2013

Assembly: Poetry for Thought with Indigo Bethea

12 – 1 pm, Contemporary Art Gallery

Part of Locally Made’s One Room.

In Assembly, gather for casual meetings of the minds and unexpected happenings curated by local artists and designers. Congregate for poetry readings, sonic performances, movement, projection, and more.

Marlon Carey curates Poetry for Thought from 10/1 - 10/6.
A diverse selection of Rhode Island poets bringing an array of topics, styles and performances. These poets will delight and astound you, bringing intriguing spoken works of art.Marlon Carey

10/6: Indigo Bethea
In connection with the ongoing Locally Made Exhibition at the RISD Museum, I’ll be presenting new work, old favorites, a bit of drumming and a few on-the-spot improve poems which include audience participation. This work highlights the darker side of my experiences in life’s journey. So be ready for a thought-provoking, soul moving, slightly disturbing hour of Spoken Word! — Indigo Bethea

Free with museum admission.

Marlon Carey is a Poet Educator Actor Communicator Entertainer. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in Creative Writing, which he earned at St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, NC under the watchful eye of Prof. Ronald H. Bayes. Carey has written and taught Poetry and Creative Writing for several years in the New England Area and around the country. Currently, Marlon is a member of the poetry theater ensemble Brother’s Keeper and maintains a musical persona as smart hop artist Inphynit DaGhost.