Lannan Events for the 2014-2015 Season

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Karen Russell with Porochista Khakpour

Wednesday 28 January 2015

Tickets On Sale:
6 December 2014

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Kevin Barry with Ethan Nosowsky

Wednesday 4 March 2015

Tickets On Sale:
7 February 2015

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Noam Chomsky with David Barsamian

Wednesday 18 March 2015

Tickets On Sale:
7 February 2015

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Ta-Nehisi Coates with Michele Norris

Wednesday 8 April 2015

Tickets On Sale:
7 March 2015

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Wallace Shawn with Michael Silverblatt

Wednesday 15 April 2015

Tickets On Sale:
7 March 2015

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Naomi Klein with Katharine Viner

Wednesday 29 April 2015

Tickets On Sale:
7 March 2015

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Claudia Rankine with Saskia Hamilton

Wednesday 6 May 2015

Tickets On Sale:
4 April 2015

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National Poetry Series

Sara Eliza Johnson, Bone Map book cover excerpt, National Poetry SeriesThe National Poetry Series has, since 1978, sponsored the publication of five books of poetry each year. Read more.

Marfa Public Radio

Marfa Public Radio logoMarfa Public Radio’s mission is to provide radio that unites the community and promotes cultural enrichment through presentation and focus on the importance of art, education, science, quality of life and the local economy. Read more here.

Maine Indian Basketmakers Alliance

maine indian basketmakers allianceIn 2013 Lannan Foundation made a grant for general operating support of the Maine Indian Basketmakers Alliance (MIBA) in support of preserving and extending the ancient tradition of ash and sweetgrass basketmaking within Maine’s Native American community. Read more here.

SAR School for Advanced Research

Joan Kane SARThe School for Advanced Research (SAR) supports advanced scholarship and creativity in the social sciences, the humanities, and Native American art. Read more here.

Tavern Books

David Wevill, Collected Translations, by Tavern BooksTavern Books specializes in small editions of what they call “lost books”, books they believe should be brought back into print, with a particular focus on works in translation. Read more here.