Scientists, Book Artists, and Poets Reflect on Soil and Our Environment Exhibition dates: August 6, 2015 to December 30, 2015 Exhibition venue: Collins Memorial Library, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, USA 98416 Entry Deadline: April 29, 2015 THEME – 2015 is the United Nations International Year of the Soil. Poets and book artists can… Continue reading Dirt? – Call for Entries
September 28th 2013 Poets around the USA, and across the planet, gathered in a celebration of poetry to promote serious social, environmental, and political change : ” The first change is for poets, writers, musicians, artists, anybody, to actually get together to create and perform, educate and demonstrate, simultaneously, with other communities around the world.” The… Continue reading 100 Thousand Poets for Change
Tom Chivers – Cape Farewell’s Climate Poet-in-Residence Art and climate change organisation Cape Farewell is launching ADRIFT – an interrogation of climate as culture, devised by Cape Farewell’s poet in residence, Tom Chivers (in London, UK). They invite the public for a drink, performance and short film, as Tom Chivers maps the natural territories written… Continue reading launch of ADRIFT – a new project by Cape Farewell
Berlin 27th of October On the 27th of October The National Circus takes place in the Gartenstudio in Berlin. On this occasion poets and storytellers of all kind meet in order to celebrate the ‘being in the moment’ and the beauty of the ephemeral. In this way you are able to find the foundation of… Continue reading The National Circus – a gathering, Berlin
The Bangalore-based collective “Maraa” invites you, as a parallel to the “Walls Between People” photo exhibition that opens on September 9th, to a series of three interesting events in Bangalore (India). Movement and Stillness – a theatre workshop on walls, conflict and trust. Please join us for a three hours theatre workshop on the themes… Continue reading Cultural Events in Bangalore
Submission deadline: 15th of June. Conference date: September 16th to 17th in Naples, Italy Graduate students, recent Ph.D.s, and junior scholars from different fields focusing on any cultural and literary tradition are encouraged to apply. Papers should investigate critical methodologies (geocriticism, ecocriticism, geopoetics, etc.) and different approaches to the relationship between word and space.