Ken Riaf, '84's Law and Water Art Gallery
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
Ken Riaf, '84, is a general practice lawyer, artist, art impresario and screenwriter in Gloucester, MA where he lives with his wife Annette Duke, '84.
Information on Ken's Law and Water gallery's latest exhibit, Down the Docks, which opens on August 17th in Gloucester, can be seen at www.lawandwater.com, specfically, HERE
Information on Ken's critically acclaimed film, Polis is This: Charles Olson and the Persistence of Place can be found HERE.
Rumor hath it that Ken is planning a new film, which will be a dramatization based on his and others' experiences at the Antioch School of Law!
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