Lee Coulter / Gill Sotu / Michael Klam @ ENA Art Group

Join musician Lee Coulter and poets Gill Sotu and Michael Klam on Saturday, April 10 from 2-4pm at the ENA Art Group showroom, located at 237 Spruce St. Suite B, San Diego, 92103. This National Poetry Month event will celebrate creativity and expression through music, visual art, and written and spoken word. All COVID-19 precautions and protocols will be followed, and social distancing and masks are required.

This will be an indoor and outdoor event with limited seating. Guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs to sit outside. Your RSVP is requested by registering here.

As part its mission, ENA Art Group looks forward to an afternoon of performances that will feel more like a dialog between close friends, shifting the paradigm of artistic isolation to creative expansion and community.

About Gill Sotu

Gill Sotu is a veteran, poet, playwright, DJ, and performing artist. He is a 2x Grand Slam Poetry Champion, 2x Raw Performing artist of the year, and a 3x TEDx San Diego presenter. Currently, he is a teaching artist and a commissioned playwright with The Old Globe Theatre, a Program Director with Intrepid Theatre and Creative Director for TEDx San Diego. He has been commissioned to produce original pieces for leading arts and community organizations around the country.

About Michael Klam

Michael Klam is a San Diego writer and executive editor of the San Diego Poetry Annual. His work is published by Puna Press and Garden Oak Press. Anything for a Dull Moment, his most recent collection of poetry and artwork, released in November of 2020 (Garden Oak).

About Lee Coulter

Lee Coulter is a singer-songwriter, music producer, filmmaker, guitarist and children’s book author with a diverse background.

About ENA Art Group

ENA Art Group supports cultural, educational and community events as part of their mission: To Inspire. To Inform. To Give Back.

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