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Gallery Sessions: Dodie Bellamy

Ed Ruscha "Idea," 1976. Pastel on paper, McEvoy Family Collection © Ed Ruscha.

The Back Room and McEvoy Foundation for the Arts present Gallery Sessions: Dodie Bellamy. A genre-bending novelist, poet, and essayist, Dodie Bellamy joins McEvoy Arts exhibitions and public programs curator Amanda Nudelman for a free, informal conversation in conjunction with What are words worth?, McEvoy Arts’ exhibition on the written and spoken word. On view June 16-September 2, 2023.

In fall 2023, The Back Room will publish writing by Bellamy, commissioned in partnership with McEvoy Arts and in conversation with What are words worth?, expanding both organizationsinterest in fostering intertextual conversations.

This event is free and open to the public.

Saturday, August 12, 2023
3:00 pm


McEvoy Foundation for the Arts

1150 25th Street, Building B

San Francisco, CA 94107


Please see McEvoy Foundation for the Arts' website for complete accessibility information.

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Dodie Bellamy

Dodie Bellamy is a novelist, poet, and essayist based in San Francisco. Her books and chapbooks specialize in genre-bending work that focuses on feminism, sexuality, cultural artifacts both high and low, and all things queer. In October 2021, Semiotext(e) published a new collection of Bellamy’s essays, Bee Reaved, and a new edition of her 1998 vampire novel, The Letters of Mina Harker. Bellamy currently teaches at California College of the Arts.
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