Wednesday Walkthrough: Art/Writing

Photo: Peter Anderson
Photo: Peter Anderson

Join Lila Matsumoto, Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at University of Nottingham, for an exploration of the role of poetry and the written word in Lis Rhodes’ Dissident Lines followed by a creative writing exercise.

Free. Drop in. Gallery seating available. Coloured overlays available upon request.

Lila Matsumoto is Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at University of Nottingham. Recent works include the poetry collection Urn & Drum (Shearsman) and an essay on immigration and folk ritual which aired on BBC Radio 3. Lila convenes the Nottingham Poetry Exchange, a programme of poetry readings and seminars. Her research and practice is focused on experimental forms of production and performance of poetry, and the points of contact, historical and potential, between literary practice and visual arts. She is a co-organiser of the conference Modernist Art Writing/ Writing Modernist Art which takes place at University of Nottingham 24-25 June 2019.

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