Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Mysterious Writing on Water to Emerge in Christchurch

Calling all Christchurch Poets - be part of live poetry readings in a poetry installation by Poetica - the Christchurch Urban Poetry Project.

Poetica's ‘Emerge’ installation involves a line of poetry by W.B. Yeats floating in the Avon River.  Accompanying the installation are readings and artist-led, 'liquid poetry' sessions where people can write poetic messages with water.

'Emerge' is part of FESTA - The NZ Festival of Transitional Architecture - one of the most exciting, diverse and internationally significant events in the country now into its third year.

When: The opening on 24/10 from 17:00 till 18:00
25/10 from 16:30 till 17:30 ( workshop writing with water from 16:00- 17:00)
26/10 from 16:30 till17:30 ( workshop writing with water from 16:00- 17:00)
27/10 is also an option. 16:00 till 17:00

Where:The water wheel, by Mills Island  Below Hereford Street bridge in the Avon River Oxford Terrace. POETICA
Anyone is welcome - just get in touch as soon as possible via private message to Poetica on Facebook or email kirstyhdunn@gmail.com with your details and your preferred slot for reading (see above).

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