100 TPC, Sat, Sept 29, 2-7P Hugo House

September 19, 2012
Splabman

100K Poets for Change Seattle Schedule

2:00 p.m. Welcome and opening remarks by Greg Bem and Brian McGuigan
2:05 Kathleen Flenniken
2:10 Felicia Gonzalez
2:15 Raul Sanchez
2:20 Jourdan Keith
2:25 John Burgess
2:30 Anna Balint
2:35 Nilki Benítez
2:40 Priscilla Long
2:45 Mikey
2:50 Amber Flame
2:55 Queequeg
3:00 Elizabeth Austen
3:05 Kelli Russell Agodon
3:10 Rebecca A. Mabanglo-Mayor
3:15 Susan Rich
3:20 Paul Hunter
3:25 Annette Spaulding-Convy
3:30 Jeannine Hall Gailey
3:35 Diane Westergaard
3:40 Elaina Ellis
3:45 Claustrophobia featuring Mark Anderson, Lindsey Walker & Ryan Johnson
4:00 Jack Remick
4:05 Jay Yencich
4:10 Lydia Swartz
4:15 Andrew Bleeker
4:20 Elizabeth Myhr
4:25 Esther Altshul Helfgott
4:30 Bryan Patrick Miller
4:35 Carolyne Wright
4:40 Matt Briggs
4:45 JT Stewart
4:50 Alex Bleecker, Meredith Myre & Jeremy Springsteed
5:00 Deborah Woodard
5:05 Amber Nelson
5:10 Janee J. Baugher
5:15 Wendy Willis
5:20 Chris Gusta
5:25 Jeanine Walker
5:30 Janie Miller
5:35 Kerry Cox
5:40 Aaron Kokorowski
5:45 Judith Roche
5:50 Larry Crist
5:55 Shin Yu Pai
6:00 Paul Nelson
6:05 Elizabeth Colen
6:10 Bill Carty
6:15 Ann Teplick
6:20 Kevin Craft
6:25 David Biespel
6:30 Merna Hecht
6:35 Allison McEntire Boyle
6:40 Laura Gamache
6:45 Evan J. Peterson
6:50 M. Anne Sweet
6:55 Jared Leising
7:00 Sierra Nelson
7:05 Martha Silano
With an installation by 45 Degrees Taupe throughout the day

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