Pelee Island arts festival to feature UWindsor talents

UWindsor instructor André Narbonne and alumna Collette Broeders (BFA 2009) are among the presenters at this week’s edition of the Stone and Sky summer literary, music and art series.

The event will start at 6 p.m. Saturday, July 15, at the quarry on Pelee Island.

The reading series, curated by English professor Karl Jirgens, will this week turn to Dr. Narbonne, a poet and author whose 2016 short story collection, Twelve Miles to Midnight, was short-listed for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award. He also serves as fiction editor of the Windsor Review.

Broeders, a founder of the one ten park studio, is a performative artist who finds inspiration in the natural world.

Saturday’s agenda also includes a farmers’ market and jazz workshops. Learn more on the event website.