Sunday, July 24, 2005

ASL Poetry & Storytelling Night

I've gone to the Bowery Poetry Club few times for ASL Poetry Slams & Storytelling. It's wonderful and fun! Here are info below copied from DNN.
-S



ASL Poetry & Storytelling Night at Bowery Poetry Club!

July 25th, 2005

Next event is August 15

Aslian Poetry and Storytelling Night

at the

Bowery Poetry Club!

Free of charge!

The event starts at 6 pm until 7:45. This is an 'open mike' event. Anyone wanting to tell an ASL story or poetry are welcome to come on stage and give it a try! This is not an 'American Idol' performance event but a community of Aslian (ASL signing people-deaf or hearing) in a rustic downtown east village 'Bouwery' bricked environment sharing the ASL work-in-progress or completed work.

ASL students, interpreters, ASL pros, die-hards, and any one signing are encouraged to come. ASL students: make it a part of the 'Deaf Event' project for your ASL class! Teachers, tired of the classroom? Bring your class over!

Where: The Bowery Poetry Club
308 Bowery @ Bleecker, right across from CBGB's
F train to Second Ave | 6 train to Bleecker


Go click on 'http://www.bowerypoetry.com/' and check out the Calendar at the bottom of the web page.

Come one and come all!! and witness ASL Storytelling and Poetry in Motion!

Robert Arnold

-Spoken language travels at the speed of sound; sign language travels at the speed of light. RWA