Keene State Today
Winter 2014-15: The Arts Issue
The arts. They add color, texture, sound, and sensation to our lives. They help us see, hear, and experience the world more precisely and with a sense of wonder.
This issue of Keene State Today takes a look at alumni, students, and faculty who are engaged in the arts – some as professionals, some as amateurs, some as learners, and all as people who are following their passions.
Read through these pages for a celebration of things artistic and an affirmation of the importance of the arts in all of our lives.
“I was 23 years old and I was terrified of failing in school,” Ernie Hebert told a gathering at Keene State’s Mason Library in October. Read or listen to the full text of his talk.
A Conversation Between Poets Laureate Poetry: Why is it important? Read the entire email conversation between Maine Poet Laureate Wes McNair ’63 and New Hampshire Poet Laureate Alice B. Fogel, a lecturer in English at Keene State.
Read a poem and a short story by Keene State senior Rebecca Costanzo, winner of the Eder Creative Writing Endowed Fellowship. Watch Costanza’s film Elephant here.
Follow these links for more information about stories in the Winter 2014-2015 issue of Keene State Today.