23rd ANNUAL Oregon JEWISH VOICES —  Live & Virtual

Oregon Jewish Museum & Center for Holocaust Education (OJMCHE)
724 NW Davis Street, Portland
Tues. Oct. 18, 2022, 7PM (PDT)

Willa has again curated the Annual “Oregon Jewish Voices” reading now in its 23rd season! She will be joined by authors Bryna Goodman, Seth Lorinczi, Vivienne Popperl, Michael Schein

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Looking forward to seeing you in person or on Zoom!

CIRQUE: A LITERARY JOURNAL FOR THE NORTH PACIFC RIM   

Willa will be reading with other contributors

Rose City Book Pub
1329 NE Fremont Street
Friday, June 26, 7PM

DALE CHAMPLIN & MARC JANSSEN will read from their new collections.

Art: Kay Levine

A JOY TO SEE: AN EKPHRASTIC POETRY EVENT  

Willa will be reading her ekphrastic poem inspired by the paintings of Kay Levine with Matthew Dickman, Paulann Petersen, Andrea Hollander and many other fine poets.

The reading is organized by Kay Levine's daughter Sherri Levine, who will also be reading. 

CELEBRATING THE ART OF KAY LEVINE:
A ZOOM READING
Tues. May 31, 2022

Event Link
Meeting ID: 895 0772 6526
Passcode: 000481

 

Lan Su Chinese Garden Reading, April 11, 2021, (Re-recorded)

Willa read on April 11th, 2021 for the Lan Su Chinese Garden in Portland, Oregon. Lan Su celebrated National Poetry month in April. Poetry is an integral part of the Garden.

Below is a re-recorded version of the original virtual reading. The original Zoom recording had technical difficulties. 

The Song of the Shekhinah

PRAISE for SONG OF THE SHEKHINAH: An Evening of Poetry & Art with WILLA SCHNEBERG and Friends 

IN THE NAME OF FORGOTTEN WOMEN 

Coho Theater
March 24 -  April 16th 2022

TAKING CHARGE OF OUR BODIES

Willa moderated a post-show panel discussion TAKING CHARGE OF OUR BODIES with Minga Guerrero, Misako Yamamoto, and Danielle Lynn Hanna 

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Bilingual Zoom Reading English and Arabic

Bilingual Poetry Reading - English and Arabic
Co-Sponsored with the Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here! Coalition

March 5, 2022, 2 PM (PDT) on Zoom!

Arabic and English-speaking presenters read the poems, each poem was presented in both languages. Dr. Bahar Butti and Tom Hogan hosted the event. The readers whose English is their first language are: Judith Arcana, David Filer, Tom Hogan, Annie Lighthart, Willa Schneberg and Emmett Wheatfall.

INTERVIEW & READING on "TALKING EARTH,” KBOO Community Radio, August 8, 2021 (Audio Recording)

This audio recording is from Barbara LaMorticella’s poetry program, “Talking Earth,” Willa read with two other poets. 

Willa is talking about a recently completed manuscript entitled “The Naked Room,” a true synthesis of her life as a psychotherapist, (one not exempt from angst), and her life as a poet. These are poems of the unconscious, the dreamscape, the despondent, the unmoored and the mortal. One of the poems discussed, entitled “Dr. Henry Anonymous Speaks at the 1972 APA Convention" is forthcoming from Radical Teacher.

Garrison Keillor reads Willa's poems on the Writer's Almanac
Garrison Keillor read two of Willa’s poems, “Spilled Milk” on Sept. 27th, and "Biscuits" on Oct. 5th. Click the links to read and listen.

Spilled Milk
Biscuits

THE INTERFACE BETWEEN TWO ARTS: POETRY AND CERAMICS
PRESENTATION/SLIDE SHOW
Willa revealed how her ceramic sculpture and poetry spark and enliven each other, and how poems stimulate the creation of ceramic work and vice-versa. The impulse to create transcends genre. The ink on the blank page and the whir of the wheel make the inchoate find form. Her poetry is usually serious play, while her pottery is often whimsical and joyous, but both span the emotional spectrum. They each call to her in an inspired moment, and she knows which one to heed.   

Oregon Poetry Association Conference 2017
October 14, 2017

Judaic Studies Graduation A Celebration of Jewish Art

Please join us for an arts-rich end of year celebration recognizing our graduates and award recipients! The afternoon will begin with a gallery tour of "Ritual Unmoored: Six Jewish Ceramists" presented by Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education at Portland State University’s College of the Arts Broadway Gallery and reception for students, families, board members, faculty, and community members. The Graduation Ceremony will begin at 5pm featuring a poetry reading by Richard Chess, a performance by Alicia Jo Rabins, and an introduction of our Fall 2017 Artist-in-Residence, David Spear.