Is a photo worth a thousand "words?" A Follow-up, of sorts.

Yeah, we all have heard that phrase or some configuration of certain "words" that suggest the same meaning and feel of that statement.  So, what's the deal this time?  Well...

"Word, Revisited" November 9, 2017 Photo Credit:  Debbie Cleveland (Left to Right) Pat D'Agostino (open mic), Joe Sarnicola (open mic), Kirsten Wise, Curator/Cayuga Museum, Heidi Nightengale (open mic), Rachael Ikins (open mic), Laura Williams French (open mic), Dan Cleveland (featured poet/musician), Ron VanNostrand, Publisher/Olive Trees (emcee), Eileen McHugh, Executive Director/Cayuga Museum, Teresa Motz (open mic), Pammy Freeman (open mic), Jim Ellis, (featured poet)   

We recently posted information on "word, revisited's" closing 2017 literary season that featured speakers Jim Ellis and Dan Cleveland; emceed by Ron VanNostrand, and supported by several open mic presenters convened at the Carriage House Theater in Auburn, New York hosted by the Cayuga Museum of History and Art, Olive Trees, and aaduna.

Debbie Cleveland documented the event in photographs with an understated sublime power and gentle attention to detail that transcends the need to identify the subjects of her lens.  She wants us to focus on the personalities that she captured without bringing our pre-conceived notion of who the individuals are or what these folks may represent.

So, is a photo worth a thousand words? An interesting proposition for an inaugural literary season based on "words" and not visual images. You decide.   

We have our answer!


Watch for "word, revisited" Spring 2018 season!

aaduna - an online adventure with words and images - a globally read, multi-cultural, and diverse online literary and visual arts journal established in 2010.  Visit us at where we put measurable actions to our words.

Help us build community!  Share with your friends,  "like" our Aaduna-Inc facebook page and follow us on twitter @ aadunaspeaks !  

aaduna-Inc aaduna-Inc  Visit regularly for updates !