LAND/FORM at Fountain Street Gallery

May 10, 2022



Colour and Form: Beauty in Abstraction

February 15, 2019

Press for Colour and Form: Beauty in Abstraction:

Berkshire Eagle

Greylock Glass



Upcoming Readings

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Artful Mind Article October 2017

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Williams College Bookstore on Spring Street to host Kathline Carr reading Miraculum Monstrum

September 27, 2017

Thursday, October 5th 7:00 pm...see here for details.

From their FB post: "Mark your calendars for Oct. 5th at 7PM. Writer and visual artist Kathline Carr will read from her new book Miraculum Monstrum, a hybrid narrative of poetry, critical fragments and visually stunning artwork, detailing the remarkable and heart rending transmogrification of artist Tristia Vogel. Not to be (...)

Reading at the Station Book Fair, Merchantville, NJ September 23rd

September 20, 2017

station%20book%20fair The Station Book Fair, 10 E Chestnut Ave., Merchantville, NJ 08109

Alexandria Quarterly Press and Eilandarts invites you to join us for our book fair. The Station Book Fair will be held Saturday, September 23rd starting at 2pm. There will be activities for kids from 2pm to 5pm and music and readings from 6-9pm. And tables and tables of books for (...)

Reading at Cornelia Street Cafe

August 22, 2017


29 Cornelia St

New York, NY 10014

September 13, 2017

6:00 PM

Kathline will be reading with two other Red Hen Press authors, Chelsey Clammer and Sebastian Matthews.

More information here:  (...)

Polyvalent Spaces: Donna Cleary and Kathline Carr at exPRESS Gallery, August 2016

August 25, 2016

On view from August 25th to September 21st. Curated by Michelle Daly

exPRESS Gallery, 49 Main Street, North Adams, MA 

The title of this exhibition is taken from Michel de Certeau’s The Practice of Everyday Life, where he writes “It is polyvalent because the mixing together of so many micro-stories gives them functions that change according to the groups in which they circulate.”

 At first glance the pairing of  (...)