Aye Thrive: Visualising the Landscape

Mon Mar 11 2024 at 12:00 pm to 03:00 pm

Scottish Storytelling Centre | Edinburgh

Spit it Out
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Aye Thrive: Visualising the Landscape
Come along with an open mind and use the arts to express your climate anxieties in this writing and zine-making workshop.
About this Event

Aye Thrive: Visualising the Landscape

Calling new and seasoned poets looking for an experimental space to write and draw the landscape with guided exercises to prompt eco-poetry. Come along with an open mind and use the arts to express your climate anxieties in this writing and zine-making workshop. No experience with writing poetry or zine-making is required.

Eco-Poetry and Zine making

Join Alice Eaves, a community-engaged writer and artist living and working in Edinburgh. She is Editor-in-Chief of the translated poetry chapbook 'Tiny Flames' forthcoming with Forest Publications, recipient of a Peshkar Artist Development Award and a Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature virtual writer in residence. She holds an MSc in Creative Writing from the University of Edinburgh.

This session will last 3 hours. If you have any questions about this workshop, please free to get in touch. Contact details below.

Meeting point: The Scottish Storytelling Centre (Library), 43-45 High St, Edinburgh EH1 1SR

Meeting time: 12:00

What to bring: crafting materials, pens, pencils, anything you would like to use

What will be provided: art supplies will be provided for those who don't have, along with tea, coffee and biscits

1 8+ | Open Access | No prior knowledge required

Contact: [email protected], or IG @aye_thrive

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This is a Spit it Out (SiO) community event held by the.

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Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom


GBP 0.00 to GBP 5.00

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