April is National Poetry Month.
Kim has several events lined up. If you would like Kim to perform at your event please click here:
- Kim’s haiku will appear on Slover’s Library website. This is part of Virginia’s Poet Laureate (Luisa A. Igloria) initiative called: Poem-A-Day. Kim’s haiku will remain there for the entire month
- Here is a link to the website: https://www.sloverlibrary.com/national-poetry-month
- In April, several dates, Kim will be performing poetry for several hundred 6th, 7th and 8th graders (PWCS students). (Private events. not open to the public. )
- In April, several dates, Kim will be performing poetry for over a hundred 6th graders (DCPS students). (Private events. not open to the public. )
- Saturday, April 10, 7 PM EST, join Day Eight’s open mic/poetry reading. If you live in DC, register to compete during the open mic or just register to listen. Kim is one of the featured Poet Laureates. Free event.
- Thursday, April 15 at 7:15 PM EST, The Hylton Performing Arts Center is pleased to announce Community Arts Spotlight, a new initiative which showcases extraordinary artistic talent within the Prince William County cultural community.
- K [squared]² is a member of the Prince William County Arts Council and is one of four ensembles selected and featured in digital presentations as part of Hylton at Home.
- K [squared]² is a visual and audio performance duo comprising Kim B Miller (poet) and Kelly Haneklau (anti-racist artist). Kim B Miller performs her original poems, while Kelly Haneklau creates an original painting on the spot to coincide with the spoken word message. Kim profoundly verbalizes her poems while Kelly creates her vivid interpretations in real time on the canvases. The end result is a powerful statement that leaves the virtual attendees thinking for days.
- Kim B Miller is the Poet Laureate for Prince William County and an award-winning poet who has performed at many prestigious venues including the National Black Theater.
- Kelly Haneklau is an anti-racist artist who is internationally published and has won awards for her visual artwork.
- Together, Kim and Kelly join forces as K [squared]² in these moving visual and audio performances.
- You can watch it on the Hylton’s YouTube page here on Thursday, April 15 at 7:15 PM EST. Free event.
- Sunday, April 18th , 4 PM EST, Prince William Poet Laureate Circle members will be reading their poems, online on Facebook Live via Zoom (Facebook page @pwcpoetlaureate2020) https://www.facebook.com/pwcpoetlaureate2020
- Kim was featured on page 10 of Prince William Living (April Issue).