The Place Where Clouds Are Formed: A Reading featuring Ofelia Zepeda, Amber Lee Ortega and Su:k Chu:vak Fulwilder

Thursday, April 4, 2024 - 7:00pm

Join us in celebration of The Place Where Clouds Are Formed, a visual art and poetry exhibit which examines the intersection of spirituality, migration, and current and historical policies that have impacted the borderlands of the Sonoran Desert. The special reading features poets Ofelia Zepeda, Amber Lee Ortega and Su:k Chu:vak Fulwilder. The event will be livestreamed here

Learn about the exhibit

We're grateful to be in collaboration with the Center for Creative Photography on this project. 

We're grateful for support from the College of Humanities, Health Sciences Innovations in Healthy Aging, the W.A. Franke Honors College, and from supporters in the Poetry Center's Walt Whitman Circle for their underwriting support.  


Adjacent opportunities:
CCP Panel Discussion on April 6

The Center for Creative Photography will host a panel discussion on April 6, 10:00-11:30 a.m. in the CCP auditorium with artists featured in “The Place Where Clouds Are Formed.” Poet Ofelia Zepeda will moderate the discussion with artists Amber Lee Ortega, Su:k Chu:vak Fulwilder, Monica Martínez, Gareth Smit, and Martín Zícari.

Register here

You're invited to stay for a Community Celebration in the CCP Lobby from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Anticipate food, a live DJ set with MizSkoden, art-making with David Contreras, and a poetry session with Logan Phillips.