Award-winning sculptor Meredith Bergmann will show images of her Boston Women’s Memorial, which is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its unveiling. She will tell stories about other commissions, bringing history to life, Phillis Wheatley and poems, and the tradition of a lover’s quarrel between sculpture and poetry.
Meredith Bergmann is a sculptor, currently creating the Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony Woman Suffrage Movement Monument for Central Park, NYC. Her poetry publications include Barrow Street, Hudson Review, Light, Mezzo Cammin, New Criterion, Raintown Review, Tri Quarterly Reviewand the anthology Hot Sonnets. She was poetry editor of American Arts Quarterly from 2006-2017. Her chapbook, A Special Education, was published in 2014 by EXOT Books.
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