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Virtual Roundtable (12/17)

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Voices of I, Too: A Virtual Roundtable Thursday, December 17 •  7 pm  Registration required: https://tinyurl.com/Voices-of-I-Too UCR ARTS’ virtual Third Thursdays Talks and Inlandia Institute present Voices of I, Too, a virtual roundtable featuring Black men who will discuss masculinity, relationships, and their own identity.  I, Too is part of a legacy of artistic efforts inspired […]

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Live Storytelling & Puppetry (12/10)

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Around the World with Karen and Nicole King Solomon and the Hoopoe Bird Thursday, December 10 •  7 pm Registration required: tinyurl.com/TowardPeaceStorytelling2 Universal Stories of Friendship and Understanding: An interactive storytelling & puppetry series in conjunction with Mission Inn Foundation’s Toward Peace project. On the anniversary of UN adoption of the International Declaration of Human […]

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Reading & Book Launch (12/3)

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A Short Guide to Finding Your First Home in the United States Thursday, December 3 • 7 PM Registration required: https://tinyurl.com/ImmigrantAnthology At 7 pm on December 3, join Inlandia at Home as we launch A Short Guide to Finding Your First Home in the United States, an Inlandia anthology on the immigrant experience. This Virtual Arts Walk […]

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Live Storytelling (12/2)

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The Flame: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year Session 1: Thursday December 2 • 7 pm Session 2: Thursday December 9 • 7 pm Send your brief synopsis to Inlandia@InlandiaInstitute.org Inject a little holiday spirit into this Covid Christmas. Stories are as much a part of the holidays as turkey, decorated trees, and gifts: […]

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Fall Workshops

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Online with Zoom Click here to go to the registration form https://tinyurl.com/InlandiaCWW Corona–—Andrea FingersonBeginning/Intermediate Levels: All GenresEvery other Saturday starting 9/2611:00 am – 1:00 pm Ontario—Tim Hatch Intermediate/Advanced Levels: All Genres Every other Wednesday starting 9/9 6:30-8:30 pm Redlands—James Ducat Beginning/Intermediate Levels: PoetryEvery other Tuesday starting 10/13 6:30-8:30 pm Riverside—Carlos CortesAdventures in ChronologylandPartner: Riverside Public […]

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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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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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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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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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Discover the IE through the work of 54 photographers

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New‑Inlandia Books In the Sunshine of Neglect: Defining Photographs and Radical Experiments in Inland Southern California, 1950 to the Present by Douglas McCulloh 274 pages, 194 photographs, with essays by Douglas McCulloh, Thomas McGovern, Tyler Stallings, Susan Straight, and Joanna Szupinska-Myers $45.00 Now available on Amazon. Also available directly from our distributor. Or buy this […]

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