twilight moments: world environment day observation
Tuesday, Jun. 5, 2018 – Tuesday, Jun. 5, 2018
Twilight Moments: World Environment Day Observation with Martha Serpas
Pay What You Can, suggested contribution $15
In commemoration of World Environment Day, the Rothko Chapel will hold a Twilight Meditation led by Martha Serpas. Join as we unite in support of environmental justice around the world.
About the presenter:
Martha Serpas has published three poetry collections, The Diener, The Dirty Side of the Storm and Côte Blanche. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Nation, Southwest Review, Image, and in anthologies such as The Art of the Sonnet and the Library of America’s American Religious Poems. She co-produced Veins in the Gulf, a documentary about coastal erosion in her native Louisiana. A graduate of Yale Divinity School, she serves as a trauma chaplain at Tampa General Hospital and is a member of the University of Houston's Creative Writing Program faculty.
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- Street Parking
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Events at Rothko Chapel
Oct. 19 – Oct. 19, 2017
off-site program: frances tarlton “sissy” farenthold endowed lecture in peace, social justice and human rights
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