It’s fascinating to watch artists respond to Dickinson’s work: playwrights, choreographers, letterpress artisans, visual artists, and yurt builders have used Dickinson’s poems as a springboard for their own creativity. Now through November 29, the AIA Gallery in Baltimore presents architectural renderings by Don Cook that use Dickinson’s poems as their foundation (quite literally).
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