ISAW Assistant Research Scholar Patrick Burns and Pinkie the parrot led a tea time talk on "Parrots in Antiquity."
Interim Director and Professor of the History of the Exact Sciences in Antiquity, Alexander Jones, has written a poem for Pinkie.
Limerick for Pinkie
Our Pinkie's no garrulous cockatoo!
She seldom will speak when she's talkèd to.
We'll forgive her; she's blest
With a fine salmon crest,
And besides, she's an expert nutcracker too.
ISAW Assistant Research Scholar Patrick Burns and Pinkie the parrot led a tea time talk on "Animals in Antiquity." Come by to see Pinkie yourself weekdays in May from 2-5pm! Save the date of Friday, May 19th at noon for our next "Animals in Antiquity" talk. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jus Broadcasting's show Honestly asks guests on the show to be, well, honest. Join a parrot-themed taping of Honestly with a special appearance by Pinkie in the studio! Drop in any time between 5:00-8:00 PM, friends and guests are also welcome. Participants will be interviewed about topics ranging from art to pets to pop culture, for approximately 15-20 minutes, and will get a chance to meet Pinkie. If you'd like to reserve a specific time, send an email to email@example.com.
Stagecraft students at the Frank Sinatra School for the Arts have been the primary caretakers for Pinkie, the talking parrot, during her stay at the school this month. Throughout the month they have been trying to teach Pinkie to use a basic stagecraft term, "lights go." Pinkie can be fickle.
Documentation: Giacomo Francia