poet, photographer, activist


Left to right, Joe Sciorra, Paola Corso, Joanna Clapps Herman, Edvige Giunta, Amy Barrone ,Marisa Frasca-patinella  at the Sidewalk Cafe, NYC

Ossam Gallery Reading, Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists, NYC

With author Maria Terrone at the Italian American Writers Association Reading, NYC

Friday and Saturday, May 4 and 5, 

Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists Spring Open Studios

Ossam Gallery, 300 7th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY

Paola will exhibit her photographs at Ossam Gallery in their main floor gallery space as part of a group show.  Several artists will be exhibiting their work at the 6/15 garden on 6th Ave and 15th and others opening their studios. Open Studios is a free event.

Thur. April 11, 2024 ~ 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Working Class Poetry and Music

The Pump House, 880 E. Waterfront Drive, Munhall, PA

Poetry by:  Robert Walcki, Robert Gibb, Jason Irwin, Paola Corso

Music by:  Kelsey Wooley Jumper & Danny Rectenwald

! Free Admission !

Friday, March 29, 2024 12-4 p.m.

The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Legacy and Worker Activism Today

Labor Education Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Mary Anne Trasciatti, Gina Pollara, Michele Fazio, Paola Corso, 

Naomi R Williams, NYU Worker Organizers, Sophia Tintori, NJ Domestic Workers Coalition Members, Jenifer Garcia and New Labor,  National Domestic Workers Alliance

Sat, Sept. 23, 2024 12-3 p.m.

Vertical Bridges: Poetry, Photography, History Celebrating Pittsburgh City Steps

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, South Side

This program will feature a poetry reading and photography exhibit by Paola Corso, along with a local history presentation by Lee Ann Draud. Q & A and Book signing to follow. Light refreshments served. Corso’s photos will be exhibited through the month of October. 


Thurs, July 20, 2023 6:30 p.m.

Vertical Bridges: An Evening About Pittsburgh's City Steps 

Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh, PA

This program will feature a poetry reading and photography exhibit by Paola Corso, along with a a presentation about the City Steps by Lee Ann Draud and a poetry reading by Paola Corso. Learn about their projects that engage this unique feature of our landscape and celebrate one of the physical characteristics that makes our city unlike any other in the United States. 

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