Online Event

Important Conversation

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Let’s Talk About Race: Stories through Song, Dance, and Storytelling August 22, 2020 • 3 – 5 pm Free • Registration required: https://tinyurl.com/YouthNAACP Race is a social construction designed to divide people into groups categorized as superior and inferior. Societies use race to establish and justify systems of power, privilege, marginalization, and oppression. History has […]

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Online Workshops

Live Storytelling

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The Flame Live Storytelling: I Remember When Workshop #1 8/13/20, 7pm-8:30pm Workshop #2 8/20/20, 7pm-8:30pm Final Dress 8/26/20, 6:45-8:30pm Culminating live event 8/27/20 6:45pm-8:30pm Inlandia Institute invites you to be a part of The Flame: I Remember When, the third installment of this live storytelling series. Two storytelling workshops will culminate in a live online […]

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Call for Entries

Call for Submissions

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Call for Submissions: 2020 Suicide Prevention Print (& Writing) Exchange and Online Exhibition The Riverside Art Museum and Inlandia Institute invite you to submit art and/or writing for a September online juried exhibition around suicide prevention which will kick off during national Suicide Prevention Week in September.  Guidelines for Writers: All genres accepted. Length: Maximum […]

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Online Event

Online Live

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The Flame Live Storytelling: I Remember When Thursday, August 27, 7 PM FREE but RSVP required to attend: https://tinyurl.com/TheFlameRemembers Join us as Inlandia’s live storytellers unveil their most memorable moments in this third installment of our series. These really true, it happened to me tales range from the strange to the astonishing to the important […]

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Online Event

New Writing

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The Stranger is My Friend: Public Reading and Celebration Saturday August 15, 2020 1 – 2:30 pmFree • RSVP required: https://tinyurl.com/TheStrangerIsMyFriend Please join us for a reading and celebration of The Stranger is My Friend, published by Inlandia Books. The product of over two years of collaborations between Inlandia Institute and Glocally Connected. The Stranger […]

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Online Event

All Teen Issue

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Live Reading Saturday, June 20, 2020 • 3 p.m. All Teen Issue: Inlandia A Literary Journey RSVP required. Go to www.tinyurl.com/ILJ-teen-issue On Saturday, June 20, 2020, at 3 pm, please join us as we host a live reading from the third annual all-teen issue of Inlandia: A Literary Journey, the official literary journal of Inlandia Institute. […]

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Books

Winners: 2019 Hillary Gravendyk Prize

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National Award: The Silk the Moths Ignore by Bronwen Tate    Regional Award: Remyth: A Postmodernist Ritual by Adam Martinez Judges Jessica Fisher and Megan Gravendyk-Estrella selected The Silk the Moths Ignore by Bronwen Tate, of Vermont, and Remyth: A Postmodernist Ritual by Adam Martinez, of Redlands, California, as winners of the 2019 Hillary Gravendyk […]

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Books

Book

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Facing Fire: Art, Wildfire, and the End of Nature in the New Westby Douglas McCulloh Facing Fire catalogue published by the Inlandia Institute130 pages, 132 illustrations, complete exhibition checklist Fire as omen and elemental force, as metaphor and searing personal experience—these are the subjects Douglas McCulloh explores in Facing Fire: Art, Wildfire, and the End […]

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Books

Poetry Prize Winners

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Announcing 2018 Hillary Gravendyk Poetry Prizes National Prize: Michelle Peñaloza Regional Prize: Elizabeth Cantwell In Former Possessions of the Spanish Empire, Michelle Peñaloza asks: How do children born of empire once removed possess the history of their naming? In this astonishing debut poetry collection, winner of Inlandia Books’ 2018 Hillary Gravendyk Prize, the phrase Former […]

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Books

New Inlandia Book

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Henry L.A. Jekel: Architect of Eastern Skyscrapers and the California Style 1895-1950 Architect, engineer, builder, award-winning landscape designer… Henry Jekel could do it all. Henry Jekel left his career as a designer and builder of skyscrapers in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Washington DC for the romance of an art-driven studio in Riverside, California. He realized his […]

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