• Center for Global Environmental Education

  • John Caddy 2012 McKnight Distinguished Artist

    An Antidote to Eco-Despair: A Poetry Reading with John's Photos

    When:  Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 7:00pm John Caddy Photo

                         6:30pm Music in the Sundin lobby
                         7:00pm Poetry Reading
                         8:30pm Refreshments & book signing
                      

    Where:  Sundin Music Hall, Hamline University

    Who:  John Caddy - Poet, Teacher, Naturalist and 2012 McKnight Distinguished Artist

    Register For This Free Event: In Advance or at the door.  Brinkley Prescott at 651-523-2591 or bprescott01@hamline.edu

    event sponsors

    Co-sponsored by the Center for Global Environmental Education at Hamline University’s School of Education and Morning Earth.

    Milkweed Editions will offer John’s books for sale.

    location, directions and parking

    Sundin Music Hall is on the north end of campus, on Hewitt Avenue, next to the statue of Bishop Hamline. Map and directions

    Parking options include:
    (1) Visitor Lot C on Hewitt Avenue
    (2) On-street parking
    (3) Lot B and other permit lots for which permit requirements will be waived that evening.

    Note: Lots are usually "permit only" until 8:00pm Monday to Thursday and until 4:00pm on Friday.

    morning earth and john caddy

    Poet and educator John Caddy is the author of With Mouths Open Wide: New & Selected Poems (Milkweed, 2008); The Color of Mesabi Bones (Milkweed, 1989), Los Angeles Times Book Prize and Minnesota Book Award; Eating the Sting (Milkweed, 1986); and Morning Earth: Field Notes in Poetry (Milkweed, 2003).

    His "Healing Image" poems and photos circulate daily to teachers, naturalists, artists, and students around the world. Adjunct faculty at Hamline for 25 years, Caddy has taught poetry to adults and children in over eight hundred settings over the past forty years.

    John Caddy's current project, Morning Earth, spun out of John's work with the Center for Global Environmental Education on his Self-Expressing Earth (SEE) program. John spent many years as an adjunct professor in Hamline's School of Education. Morning Earth "celebrates the confluence of art and ecology."

     Learn more:     John Caddy      books of poetry      Morning Earth project

    2012 Mcknight distinguished artist

    The McKnight Distinguished Artist Award recognizes a Minnesota artist for artistic excellence as well as significant impact on the state’s cultural life over several decades. One artist is honored with the award each year. John Caddy is the 2012 recipient. Read recent articles about Caddy and his designation as the 2012 McKnight Distinguished Artist:

     

  • Center for Global Environmental Education (CGEE) - Hamline University