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Events

Writers Week

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Inlandia at UCR Writers Week Elizabeth Cantwell and Cati Porter Wednesday, February 12, 2020 • noon CHASS Interdisciplinary Building, South • Screening Room, INTS 1128, UCR In it’s 43rd year, UCR Writers Week is a literary staple for readers and writers in California. Both established authors and new and upcoming voices will be reading between […]

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Arts Walk • Feb 6

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Word Circus: Spoken Word Poetry Romaine Washington, Eric DeVaughnn (T.R.U.E), and an Open Mic Thursday, February 6 • 7 pm  Riverside Main Library  3581 Mission Inn Avenue, 92501 In honor of Black History month, Romaine Washington and Eric DeVaughnn (T.R.U.E.) perform spoken word poetry accompanied by an open-mic opportunity for guests who bring their own […]

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Sunday Feb. 2

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Hobbits & Big-Brained Babies: Questioning Our Evolving Species Sang-Hee Lee Sunday February 2, 2020 • 1:30 PM  Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts  3834 Main Street, 92501 When and where did our earliest ancestors first appear? When did we first walk upright? How did we become meat eaters? Are we still evolving? Conversations […]

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Events

First Sundays Karen Rae Kraut and Nicole Cloeren

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Sunday, February 2, 2020 • 2 p.m. Riverside Art Museum 3425 Mission Inn Avenue • Riverside, CA In a fresh new approach to Inlandia’s First Sundays programming at Riverside Art Museum, Master puppeteer Nicole Cloeren joins our beloved storyteller Karen Rae Kraut for a powerful mix of interactive storytelling and puppetry.  Karen’s stories and Nicole’s […]

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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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Workshops

Fall Workshops

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Click here to go to the registration form. Colton Area Museum (Bilingual) Jessica Carrillo Every other Thursday starting 9/12 5:30-7:30 pm Corona Public Library Andrea Fingerson Every other Saturday starting 9/71-3 pm Ontario Public Library Tim Hatch Every other Wednesday starting 9/25 6:30-8:30 pm Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage Marge Charlier Registration is required. Seating […]

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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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Books

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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Events

2018–2020 Literary Laureate

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UCR Lecturer Rachelle Cruz named 5th Inlandia Literary Laureate On November 16, 2018, Inlandia Institute’s board of directors ratified the appointment of UCR Lecturer Rachelle Cruz to the position of Inlandia Literary Laureate for a two-year term. Cruz follows past Literary Laureates Nikia Chaney, Juan Delgado, Gayle Brandeis, and Susan Straight. Linda Sherman Nurick, owner […]

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