During the 2022 school year, The Broad once again welcomed high school classes to participate in the museum's live virtual Art+Rhyme program. Students view artworks through guided virtual experiences live from the museum’s galleries and participate in discussions on the artwork’s themes.
Created in partnership with 826LA, Art+Rhyme provides high school classes the opportunity to engage with the Broad collection while developing critical and visual thinking skills through poetry.
Please join us as we invite those students back to share the poems they created during the program live onstage, along with special guest Mario Bellatin, who will join us remotely from Mexico City to read an original poem inspired by a Broad collection artwork.
Mario Bellatin is a Mexican writer who has published dozens of novels with major and minor publishing houses throughout Latin America, Europe, and the United States, including Shiki Nagaoka: A Nose for Fiction and Jacob the Mutant, both from Phoneme Media. A practicing Sufi, Bellatin has won many international prizes, including, most recently, Cuba’s 2015 José María Arguedas Prize. He lives in Mexico City, Mexico.