Self and the Other / Susan Eley Fine Art, May 17, 2018
The Salon will feature groundbreaking authors whose debut works focus on the fractured self, the invisible self and the other self. Prepare to question your realities. 
 
Akwaeke Emezi, reading from debut novel FRESHWATER (Grove Atlantic/US, Feb. 2018);
- Sandra Allen, reading from first book A Kind of Mirraculas Paradise: A True Story about Schizophrenia (Scribner, Jan. 2018).
 
The regular reading and Q&A will be followed by a panel on self-representation and multiple realities, moderated by Vica Miller
 
On View: The Night Garden - New paintings by Allison Green
 
Many thanks to everyone for a fantastic evening. The photo report is on our FB page. 
 
We're off for the summer. See you in October.
Self and the Other / Susan Eley Fine Art, May 17, 2018
The Salon will feature groundbreaking authors whose debut works focus on the fractured self, the invisible self and the other self. Prepare to question your realities. 
 
Akwaeke Emezi, reading from debut novel FRESHWATER (Grove Atlantic/US, Feb. 2018);
- Sandra Allen, reading from first book A Kind of Mirraculas Paradise: A True Story about Schizophrenia (Scribner, Jan. 2018).
 
The regular reading and Q&A will be followed by a panel on self-representation and multiple realities, moderated by Vica Miller
 
On View: The Night Garden - New paintings by Allison Green
 
Many thanks to everyone for a fantastic evening. The photo report is on our FB page. 
 
We're off for the summer. See you in October.
Let's Talk About Love, Race, & Our Place in the World / Susan Eley Fine Art 02/21/18
A special evening featuring two award-winning writers - one hailing from Nigeria, another of Jewish/Palestinian descent - as they read from their highly acclaimed first novels, followed by a conversation on the burning issues of today.
 
- Chinelo Okparanta, reading from debut novel Under the Udala Trees (Mariner Books/HMH, 2015);
- Hannah Lillith Assadi, reading from debut novel Sonora (Soho Press, 2017); 
 
On View: All Her Number'd Stars - Paintings, drawings & sculptures by Jason Noushin
 
Full photo report is on the Salons' FB page. 
Let's Talk About Love, Race, & Our Place in the World / Susan Eley Fine Art 02/21/18
A special evening featuring two award-winning writers - one hailing from Nigeria, another of Jewish/Palestinian descent - as they read from their highly acclaimed first novels, followed by a conversation on the burning issues of today.
 
- Chinelo Okparanta, reading from debut novel Under the Udala Trees (Mariner Books/HMH, 2015);
- Hannah Lillith Assadi, reading from debut novel Sonora (Soho Press, 2017); 
 
On View: All Her Number'd Stars - Paintings, drawings & sculptures by Jason Noushin
 
Full photo report is on the Salons' FB page.