Please join MTA Arts for Transit & Urban Design and the Poetry Society of America for Poetry in Motion Springfest, a free two-day poetry festival on April 26 and 27.

Held in Grand Central Terminal's Vanderbilt Hall from 11am to 6pm, the celebration will feature poetry activities for people of all ages, including:

The Poet is In:  New York State Poet Laureate Marie Howe, Brooklyn Poet Laureate Tina Chang, Bob Holman, and others will be on hand to create personalized poems.

The Poet is You: Calling all aspiring writers! A poetry-writing workshop for young people (ages 6 and up). RSVP required, register here.

Human Mic: Speak up! Interactive call-and-response poems several times each day.

Poetry Projected: Marvel at the dynamic display of poems that will fill Vanderbilt Hall by artist Gabriel Barcia-Colombo and participate in art installations Dear Deer by Yu-Ting Feng and Vital Signs by Sarah Rothberg from the NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program.

Music Under New York: Live performances by MTA MUNY musicians will keep things lively throughout the festival.