What do we really talk about when we talk about the weather?
The Weatherlines workshop will be made up of two sessions. The first (November 10th, 2.00-4.30pm) will be devoted to the making of poems in relation to weather and the second (17th November, 2.00-3.30pm) will share and reflect upon the work produced.
The workshops will involve both individual composition and collaborative methods.
Please ensure that you select a ticket for both dates when registering.
This meteorological phenomenon impacts on what we wear to how we navigate each day. It shapes our moods, our emotions and how we communicate with each other. It affects how we move our bodies and our knowledge of the places that we move through. While these experiences and responses to weather influence the stories that we tell of everyday life, they are connected to the far larger, slow-moving plot of our changing climate.
Workshop Facilitators Mary Robson and Graham Mort
Weathered Lives Project Leads Cassandra Phoenix and Sarah Bell
Everyone, all welcome!
Image (with permission): Let's Talk About the Weather by Trena McNabb. https://www.tmcnabb.com
Project website: www.weatheredlives.org.uk
Social media: Twitter @weatherlives
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