Poetry as part of the Public Art Event “Far East” in collaboration with Walk_Bye and JCFPL

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Thrilled to share that my poem ” Heritage” has been selected as a part of the international exhibition “Far East” in collaboration with Walk_bye, founded and managed by Catalina Arunguren. The exhibition will be on display in the Hamilton Part, Jersey City, New Jersey for almost two months starting May 21, 2022.

The artists chosen for this exhibit are from Bangladesh, China, Denmark, France, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Poland,  Spain. Thailand, Tibet and the United States: Abimalec Barreras, Alexandra Buxbaum, Alexis Rotter, Ana Reynolds, Anh NguyenAntonius Kho, Catalina Aranguren, Chrisya Enriquez, Crystal Letters, Czech, Eka Pramuditha, Elaine B. Chao, Janhavi Firke, Kevin Lim, Lisa Rousselot, Mahedi Anjuman , Megha Sood, Moolee Bunnag, Peter Gagnon, Poramit Thantapalit, Ratna Saara Herne, Sachin Choudhary, and Yuri Bacas Hosaka

If you are local(ish), you are invited to see the show unveiling as well as a program put together by the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association and Jersey City’s Public Library Community Awareness Series at Hamilton Park on Saturday May 21st from 12 to 2 PM.

There will be performances by the Taiko Masala Drum Troupe as well as a poetry and theater showcase presenting Crystal Letters, Megha Sood , and Summer Dawn by In Full Color. The show will be up for approximately two months. This is a public art exhibition so you can see it at any time.

Happy Poetry!!

Megha Sood

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