If you've strolled the streets of Atlanta, you might be familiar with the work of poet Chester Hopewell. Inspired to make poetry more accessible to people in their everyday lives, Hopewell posts poems on telephone poles and shares his words through public installations across the city, bringing the form to life beyond staid literary magazines and obscure academic journals. Now, he continues his mission to share his passion for poetry in new ways with his first solo exhibition. Step inside "A Poet's Notebook" to experience his poetry up close and personal. From visual and audio manifestations of his poetry to pages ripped from his notebooks, Hopewell is out to prove that the oft-repeated headline "Poetry is Dead" is, in fact, erroneous. It's very much alive and well, Hopewell argues, when presented in novel fashion and delivered to people for close (and unexpected) encounters. Three different performances are scheduled for 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30, with intimate readings sprinkled throughout the evening.