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My on Mondays is brought to you by MING Studios, a contemporary arts space and international artist residency program dedicated to the exhibition, experience and exploration of arts and culture. Along with exhibiting artists from around the world, MING also serves the community by hosting innovative programs including performances, workshops, screenings, readings, artist talks and other cultural activities. For more information, or if you’d like to participate in My on Mondays, you can visit our website at mingstudios.org.

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My on Mondays is brought to you by MING Studios, a contemporary arts space and international artist residency program dedicated to the exhibition, experience and exploration of arts and culture. Along with exhibiting artists from around the world, MING also serves the community by hosting innovative programs including performances, workshops, screenings, readings, artist talks and other cultural activities. For more information, or if you’d like to participate in My on Mondays, you can visit our website at mingstudios.org.

    Episode 128: My Maritime Mealtime Poem - MING Public Poetry

    Episode 128: My Maritime Mealtime Poem - MING Public Poetry

    The Walrus and the Carpenter from Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll, published in 1871.
     

    • 6 min
    Episode 127: My Poet of the Lands and Ships - MING Public Poetry

    Episode 127: My Poet of the Lands and Ships - MING Public Poetry

    To S.M. A Young African Painter, On Seeing His Works, by Phillis Wheatley.

    • 5 min
    Episode 126: My View of the Smoking High Place - MING Public Poetry

    Episode 126: My View of the Smoking High Place - MING Public Poetry

    Porphyro In Akron by Hart Crane, 1921.

    • 5 min
    Episode 125: My Vicarious Call To Beauty - MING Public Poetry

    Episode 125: My Vicarious Call To Beauty - MING Public Poetry

    Pan: Double Villanelle by Oscar Wilde, 1854-1900.

    • 4 min
    Episode 124: My Beans, Spiders, and Mammals by Elisabeth Sharp McKetta

    Episode 124: My Beans, Spiders, and Mammals by Elisabeth Sharp McKetta

    Elisabeth Sharp McKetta is an award-winning writer and writing teacher and a mother of two. With a PhD on the intersections between fairy tales and autobiography, as well as a seven-year streak of writing weekly poems for strangers, she teaches writing for Oxford Department for Continuing Education and for Harvard Extension School, where she won their highest teaching award. She has authored thirteen books, most recently the personal growth guide Edit Your Life, based on the experience of living three years in a 275-square foot backyard guest house with her family of four (five, if you count the Labrador)—and the middle grade novel Ark, set during the pandemic and described by Kirkus Reviews as “infectiously hopeful.” Elisabeth co-edited the anthology What Doesn’t Kill Her: Women’s Stories of Resilience, which Gloria Steinem described as stories that “will help each of us to trust and tell our own.” Her poetry and short work have been published widely, including in The Poetry Review and Real Simple; her work with myth and memoir has been spotlighted in Harvard Magazine. Elisabeth and her family call Boise home and travel widely. (elisabethsharpmcketta.com)

    • 13 min
    Episode 123: My Conversation with Daniel Toney - MING Artist Interview

    Episode 123: My Conversation with Daniel Toney - MING Artist Interview

    Daniel Toney trained at East 15 Acting School in 2018/2019 and studied for three years at the University of Exeter. His first appearance was as a Musical Director and Co-Composer for the original musical Unicorns Are Red which debuted at Exeter’s Barnfield Theatre. He also co-founded the theatre company, Stage Noir, with his fellow East 15ers and performed their original show, An Unexpected Tale in Smoky Midtown at the Canal Cafe Theatre, where it received mixed reviews to sell-out audiences. 
      His original one-man show, Mine (or Unapologetically Autistic) premiered at the 2023 Camden Fringe Festival, where it received very positive feedback from both neurotypical and neurodiverse audience members. The show enjoyed a short run at the Etcetera Theatre at the end of 2023, and now he's bringing it to the Bridge House Theatre from the 4th-6th April this year. 
      His acting credits also include Funny Woman (Sky Arts), Holding Fire (Four Fig Theatre), and The Importance of Being Earniste (Matchbox Theatre).   
    See Mine (Or Unapologetically Autistic) at The Bridgehouse Theatre: 
    https://thebridgehousetheatre.co.uk/shows/mine-or-unapologetically-autistic/  

    • 30 min

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