Lit and Art is known for fiction, poetry, nonfiction, music, and art. This time around, we’re throwing a short play into the mix.
The next event in the Lit and Art Reading Series takes place on Sunday, June 29 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Watermark Gallery across from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Featured talent on June 29 include Virginia Crawford, Wayne Countryman, Alexander Hewitt, and Ami Spencer. Live music performed by singer/songwriter Goodloe Byron, original artwork by Manzar, and wine and refreshments will fill out the program.
Hosted by Baltimore authors Nitin Jagdish and Eric D. Goodman, the event takes place at The Watermark Gallery at 100 S. Charles Street, across from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor in the BOA building, and takes place from 2 to 5 p.m.
Bring a bit of your own work to share at open mic.
Well into its seventh year, the Lit & Art reading series showcases local, national, and international talent—fiction, poetry, non-fiction, memoir, original art, live music—all topped off with wine, refreshments, and conversation.
Come find out why Lit and Art has been called the best excuse to get lit on a Sunday afternoon in Baltimore.
Learn more about the Watermark Gallery at the online gallery.
Find out more about Lit and Art and the featured talent at the Lit and Art Facebook Page.
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