Join Bradbury Art Museum and A-State Department of English, Philosophy, and World Languages for an exhibition of the written arts. Featured will be A-State Professor Gregory Hansen discussing creative nonfiction and ethnopoetics.
A-State student readers Jacob Stewart and Alex Coulter will also read.
The event is admission free and open to the public.
Gregory Hansen is a Professor of Folklore and English at Arkansas State University, where he also teaches in the Heritage Studies graduate program. His presentation will include a discussion of the “ethnopoetics” of Richard Seaman’s storytelling as well as his original work of fictionalized scholarship on the legend of Belle Gunness.
Bradbury Art Museum is located at 201 Olympic Drive, in Fowler Center. BAM Hours are: Tuesday & Wednesday: noon to 5pm Thursday: noon to 7pm Friday & Saturday: noon to 5pm Sunday: 2pm to 5pm and by appointment.