Last ticket sold at 5:15pm
7:45pm on Thursdays
Store & Gardens remain open
for 30 minutes after galleries close
The Museum will close
at 4pm Sat Mar 3 & Thu Mar 8
Closed March 9-11, 2018
Closed Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day
|Ages 18-64 admission to all galleries, free audio guide & public tours||$24|
|Seniors 65+ admission to all galleries, free audio guide & public tours||$22|
|Military & Police with ID admission to all galleries, free audio guide & public tours||$22|
|Firefighters & Educators with ID admission to all galleries, free audio guide & public tours||$22|
|Students 18+ with ID admission to all galleries, free audio guide & public tours||$17|
|Students 13-17 admission to all galleries, free audio guide & public tours||$17|
|Children 6-12 admission to all galleries, free audio guide & public tours||$10|
|Children 5 & younger||FREE|
|After 5pm on Thu: Adults, Seniors, College*||$10|
|After 5pm on Thu: Students: 13-17||$10|
|After 5pm on Thu: Children: 6-12||$8|
|After 5pm on Thu: Children 5 and younger||FREE|
Poetry at The Dali is an ongoing series hosted by St. Petersburg Poet Laureate, Helen Wallace. Occurring on the second Thursday of each month through May 2018, each evening will feature Wallace joined by selected poets to present poems addressing the theme of “Cages and Liberation.” Following the presentation, there will be an audience Q&A.
Cost: Free (Parking is free for members, as available; $10 parking for non-members; free after 5pm on Thursdays, as available.)
Location: Will Raymund Theater
Helen Pruitt Wallace
Helen Pruitt Wallace serves as Poet Laureate of St. Petersburg. She received a Florida Book Award for Shimming the Glass House, her first collection of poems, which was chosen for the 2007 Richard Snyder Prize, and published by Ashland Poetry Press. A chapbook, Pink Streets, was published in 2016 by Yellow Jacket. Wallace’s individual poems have appeared in several journals and anthologies, and she served as co-editor of the anthology Isle of Flowers published by Anhinga Press. She’s received a McKay Shaw Academy of American Poets Award, The dA Center for the Arts Poetry Award, a residency fellowship from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and a Tennessee Williams Scholarship from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. After earning her Ph.D. in English/Creative Writing from Florida State University, Wallace was a professor of poetry and nonfiction at Eckerd College. She currently serves as a trustee for the Dali Museum where she helps host the Dali Poetry Series.
Ira Sukrungruang is the author of the memoirs Southside Buddhist and Talk Thai: The Adventures of Buddhist Boy, the short story collection The Melting Season, and the poetry collection In Thailand It Is Night. His collection of essays, Buddha’s Dog and other meditations, is forthcoming in 2018. He is the co-editor of two anthologies on the topic of obesity: What Are You Looking At? The First Fat Fiction Anthology and Scoot Over, Skinny: The Fat Nonfiction Anthology. He is the recipient of the 2015 American Book Award, New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Nonfiction Literature, an Arts and Letters Fellowship, and the Emerging Writer Fellowship. His work has appeared in many literary journals, including Post Road, The Sun, and Creative Nonfiction. He is one of the founding editors of Sweet: A Literary Confection (sweetlit.com), and teaches in the MFA program at University of South Florida. For more information about him, please visit: www.buddhistboy.com.
Angela Shannon is the author of Singing the Bones Together, which was a finalist for the Minnesota Book Award. She has published in many anthologies including Blues Vision: African American Writing from Minnesota, Hip Hop Speaks to Children: a celebration of poetry with a beat (a New York Times Bestseller), Beyond the Frontier: African-American Poetry for the 21st century and Where One Voice Ends, Another Begins: 150 years of Minnesota Poetry, Role Call: A Generational Anthology of Social and Political Black Literature & Art, Step Into A World: The Global Anthology of the New Black Literature, Power Lines: A Decade of Poetry from Chicago’s Guild Complex, and Catch The Fire. Shannon has published in various literary journals including TriQuarterly, Crab Orchard Review, and Ploughshares, Water~Stone, and has twice published in Essence Magazine. She is a recipient of Career Initiative Grant by the Loft Literary Center, a Loft Mentor Award, a Willow Review Poetry Prize, and a Poetry Fellowship by Illinois Arts Council. Shannon teaches creative writing and poetry at Bethel University.