Poetry workshop with Dawn Gorman
Explore your own response to landscape, taking inspiration from Andrew Hardwick’s exhilarating landscape paintings in his exhibition Ground at HOURS. The painter uses unconventional materials, as well as paint, to suggest the rawness of the landscape – can we adopt related techniques in our writing?
Sometime in October, to be confirmed plus chance to perform a short set of your own landscape/nature-themed poetry among the paintings at an informal reading event, 2-3pm.
£10 – Advance booking essential: contact Dawn Gorman firstname.lastname@example.org
Free tea and coffee, bring a packed lunch.
Dawn Gorman is an experienced poetry workshop leader and prize-winning poet, who writes with passion for, and empathy about, landscape (“There is an intensely felt oneness with the natural world” – Martin Malone, on her book, Instead, Let Us Say, Dempsey & Windle, 2019). www.dawngorman.co.uk