Join us at 144 Montague for our in-person spring Workshop Showcase on Saturday, May 20th, at 6:30 PM as teachers Anthony Thomas Lombardi and Cindy Tran read from their work and personally introduce readings by their students, along with students from workshops led by Rosebud Ben-Oni, Cea, Gregory Crosby, Cynthia Cruz, Starr Davis, Vanessa Jimenez Gabb, Joan Kwon Glass, Carlie Hoffman, Kyle Liang, dawn lonsinger, Joshua Mehigan, imogen xtian smith and Marina Weiss.
Student readers include Nyrie Benton, A. E. Davis, Brittany Deininger, Alexis Dibbs, Eddie Emma, Ilyssa Forman, Jess Gagne, Paula Gil-Ordoñez Gomez, Vicky Gu, Hunter Hodkinson, Daniel Ibba, Ingrid Jacobsen, Adam Montana, Daniel Muchnick, Darius Phelps, Tessa Ramsay, Katie Sadow, Wing Yan Sang, Insiya Taj and Malik Thompson.
Note that by attending, you agree to abide by our code of conduct and COVID-19 policy. We strongly encourage all attendees to wear masks (regardless of vaccination status) except readers at a safe distance on stage. Our full policy can be found at the end of the event description. Brooklyn Poets reserves the right to dismiss from our programs any participant found to be in violation of these policies. Thank you for respecting our community.
Closed captions will be available for the event through the Zoom livestream. For more information and to request additional accommodations, contact us at [email protected].
We are dedicated to keeping up with the latest info on COVID-19 to inform the policies we use to keep each other safe. This means they may differ from local mandates. Below is our policy for in-person workshops, events and other gatherings hosted at our space at 144 Montague.
Effective May 15th, 2023, all attendees are strongly encouraged to wear masks. Please stay home if you are experiencing symptoms, have a positive COVID test or someone close to you has recently tested positive. We are a multi-generational community and hope you will continue to take actions to keep yourself and others around you safe.
Workshop instructors or event hosts may choose to enforce a more stringent policy at their own discretion. Additionally, workshop participants may be required to wear masks as an accessibility accommodation for other participants or the instructor.
While we do our best, Brooklyn Poets cannot guarantee zero risk. A risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in all public settings. By entering the building, students, teachers and other attendees accept the risk of exposure and knowingly waive and release Brooklyn Poets from any liability related to COVID-19.
Brooklyn Poets Code of Conduct
Brooklyn Poets will not tolerate any instances of discrimination, harassment or abuse in conjunction with any of our programs. Respect and consideration for others, both within and outside our programs, are core values to be upheld by all participants. Discrimination against and/or harassment of community members on the basis of race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, religion, age, marital status, veteran status or any other factor is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. Program participants are expected to adhere to all federal, state and local laws and regulations. Should a board or staff member, independent contractor, volunteer or program participant be found to violate any aspect of the organization’s code of conduct, Brooklyn Poets reserves the right to dismiss them from the program. Consequences may include, but not be limited to, dismissal from the current activity, suspension, ineligibility for all future activities, and/or loss of payment or fees. If you have any issues to report, please do not hesitate to contact Board President Isaac Myers III ([email protected]), Executive Director Jason Koo ([email protected]) or Deputy Director renée kay ([email protected]), and they will get back to you as soon as possible.