Edmonds Community College presents An Evening with Between the Lines featuring student readings, local author Judith Works and performance artist Mimi Allin at 7 p.m., Jan. 24, in the Black Box Theatre on campus (20000 68th Ave. W.)
The event is free and open to the public.
Between the Lines is a student-edited magazine, published annually to showcase literature and artwork from students as well as local artists and writers.
The event starts with a reading by recent graduate Chris Moses, followed by two other Edmonds CC students.
Author Judith Works will also present a short reading. Works, an Edmonds resident, is the author of a memoir, Coins in the Fountain, and a travel writer. Closing out the night is a performance by multimedia artist, Mimi Allin (akmimiallin.weebly.com). Allin’s transformational work combines writing, performance and ritual. Her current project, “The Burden of Purpose” is a 49-day, 2-person study with 2-cycles performed with Haruko Nishimura at Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
When asked about her work, Allin said “I invite my audience to transform by transforming myself.”
Between the Lines now welcomes submissions for the 2013. Writers and artists may send up to three pieces of writing or visual artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan. 31, 2013 for consideration. Find out more at www.edcc.edu/betweenthelines.
A free copy of the Between the Lines is available to students. The cost is $10 for public.