Festivity of Arts

The 2013 Writes of Spring Festival is waited with anticipation the festival will take place in the Wray Theater. The festival promises success as a warming experience to Rio Hondo College students who are encourage to assist. On April 24 at 8 p.m. there will be a poetry reading by Mariano Zaro a native from Boria, Spain. Zaro earned his Ph. D in linguistics from the University of Granada and a Master’s in Literature from the University of Zaragoza. Zaro’s poetry has been published in diverse recognized Spain’s literary magazines. El signo del gorrion and Luces y Sombras to name a few. Zaro’s endless well-expressed words are also in fiction short stories that have appeared in several literary journals.

The festival will continue with a Broadway style shown by Aaron White at 9:45 p.m. The “Blood they Shed” story telling a journey that integrates abstract poetry. The dynamic fable strives for hope in the making of future generations to succeed.

Lance Davis will continue with his trained classics and comedy experience at 11:15 p.m. Davis is a professional New York actor for more than twenty years.

On April 24 Melissa Martinez a columnist for the Claremont courier and an ESL instructor at U.C. Riverside will altercate sources, inspiration and research techniques.

The festival will also incorporate music at 9:45 p.m. Julian Bradley is an artist, composer and filmmaker. Bradley’s natural emotion is conveyed in his paintings they are autobiographical, self-revelatory and document personal life experiences.

The festival will close at 1 p.m. with the Deep River Student Films original films by RHC students.