Poetry Friday: Festival Posters

Michele Russo & Rebecca Gambale
We recently spent an afternoon cleaning and reorganizing a storage closet here at the office.  As we shifted around boxes of files, we had a moment to look through our collection of Festival posters, starting with the first Festival in 1986.

We occasionally get requests to buy posters from previous Festivals.  We’re working on counting our inventory, and seeing what our capacity is for selling them. If you’re interested, send us an email at festival@grdodge.org and we’ll get back to you if we can sell them.

In the meantime, we hope you enjoy!  Which one is your favorite?  Why?


Did you know that the Dodge Poetry Program has a YouTube channel?Take a look – view video clips from past biennial Festivals! You can also join the conversation on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter @dodgepoetryfest. See you there!

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5 Responses to Poetry Friday: Festival Posters

  1. Deb says:

    For the poems: 2002, 1998 and 92. The graphics? That’s tougher … so many great visuals. (and so many great memories of the festivals themselves …)

  2. Laura says:

    A very tough call. It would be easier to pick my least favorite than my favorite! But I have to say 2004 is the one I actually have hanging in my house. But 1986 is hanging in my office.

  3. Five, 5, V, phighvah, IIIII, 2+3, all fingers one hand,

  4. wilhelmina young says:

    Seeing the posters brought back many joyful experiences when I attended the Poetry Festival at Waterloo. I would love to purchase whatever posters you have avaible for sale. Please let me know when they become available. I used to receive them when I was teaching, but I was teaching so many places, I’m sure someone else took them home. Best Regards to Everyone. Wilhelmina Young

  5. Fausto Sevila says:

    out beyond ideas is my favorite because of the text. I wish the text on top was not overlapping the image. The cave painting rocks and for overall design i like 2010 an 2000.

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