Drop-in Poetry workshop with Helen Ivory
Saturday 4th May 11am to 4pm - first floor of the Millennium Library
Make your own collage poem. Spend a short time or all day making poems from words and images cut from ephemera such as newspapers and magazines. Emphasis here is on play and chance connections when you are not thinking too hard. This is intended as a fun workshop, but the intention is to explore the relationship between the unconscious and creativity. Materials such as magazines, paper, glue and scissors will be provided. All age groups welcome
The folding and unfolding of A Secret Heliotropism by Nicola Dale
Watch artist Nicola Dale transform her amazing work from sculpture to book in this exciting demonstration, not to be missed.
Saturday 4th May - from 11am
For the first time ever! The Norfolk Longbook
The first ever appearance of the 'turn the page artists book fair' community project. An ever growing concertina style book made from contributions of art, poetry and stories as told by people who live in, or are inspired by, this beautiful county of Norfolk. The Norfolk Longbook will be on display inside entrance of the Millennium Library.
Poetry @ Lunchtime: Friday 3rd May with:
Richard Pierce: Richard's novel, Dead Men was nominated for the Guardian First Book Award in 2012. He is a writer, poet and painter, and a charity administrator.
Julia Webb: Julia writes poetry that walks a fine line between gritty reality and magical realism. Her prose poem Lent won the 2011 Stanza competition.
Richard Lambert: Richard's debut collection Night Journey was published by Eyewear Publishing in 2012. He graduated from the MA in Creative Writing at UEA and lives in Norwich.
Sarah Roby: Sarah's 'This Afternoon and I' is forthcoming from Templar. It includes poems shortlisted for this year's Keats-Shelley Prize and featured in Poetry Review.
'Fairy, Folk and Fable' storytelling with Liam Carroll
Friday 3rd May (under fives) 10.30am
Saturday 4th May (various age groups) 11.15am, 2.15pm and 3.30pm
Sessions are approx 30 mins and held in the Millennium Library 'Express Area
Indie Print in China with John Millichap: Saturday 4 May, 1.30pm in The Curve
The Changing Role of the Book in China
Join John Millichap, founder of 3030Press (China) and Rachel Marsden, Research Curator at Chinese Arts Centre (Manchester,UK) in discussion regarding the changing role of the book, book arts and publishing in China, and the forthcoming pop-up bookstore, Tumbler: indie print in China.
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