EVERGREEN POETRY WORKSHOP

Saturday 25 April, 2pm (to 4pm):

Serenity Cafe

8 Jackson’s Entry, The Tun, Edinburgh EH8 8PJ


POEMS AND PLACES

Naming places, mapping and defining places – and how places define and inspire us, this poetry workshop is brought to us by Yvonne Gray and Morag MacInnes of the Writing the North project.    

http://www.writingthenorth.com/

All work produced will be considered for publication in a forthcoming volume of The Evergreen.

To book a place email wordbankevergreen @ gmail.com or text/call 07598323440

 

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EVERGREEN PUBLIC LECTURES

Friday 24 April, 5.15 pm:

Hunter Lecture Theatre, Edinburgh College of Art, Hunter Building, 74 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh

WHAT IF THE CITY WERE AN OCEAN AND ITS BUILDINGS SHIPS?

Professor Tim Ingold (University of Aberdeen). Booking not required.

 

Wednesday 29 April, 6pm:

National Library of Scotland, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh

HOW CAN STORYTELLING CHANGE THE PLACES IN WHICH WE LIVE?

Edward Hollis (Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh)
Book online or call 0131 623 3734