Sunday, 3 March 2013

Two Events From The Inbox - art and writing workshop


PRINT PROCESS
at The Glue Factory
Opening 8 March 2013 19.00 – 21.00
Bar and music till late
Exhibition continues until 24 March 2013
(Open Friday – Sunday 14.00 – 18.00)
PRINT PROCESS is the first print-specific exhibition to be held at the Glue Factory, focusing on this medium outwith its traditional context. Eight multi-disciplinary artists were invited to respond to the diverse collection of spaces in the Glue Factory, resulting in site-specific print installations using methods both contemporary and traditional, dating as far back as the 1500s.
Artists
BESPOKE ATELIER
BRONWEN SLEIGH
CHRIS BRYANT
JESSICA HARRISON
RALPH MACKENZIE
RISOTTO (GABRIELLA MARCELLA DI TANO)
SARAH JANE WRIGHT
SOIZIG CAREY

In conjunction with the exhibition, PRINT PROCESS will be hosting workshops exploring risograph and screen-printing on Sunday the 10th of March. More info and how to book on the facebook page

Wordlab with Stephanie GreenWordLab with Stephanie Green: BEAT THE BLOCK!
11.15 – 1.30, Saturday 16th March
meet at the Forest Café, Lauriston Place
£7 (£6 concessions)

Terrified of the white page?  Need a push to get started? Or just want to take your writing in new directions?  Fun exercises and stimuli to get you going in a friendly, informal group.  Suitable for beginners and more experienced writers.
Stephanie Green is a poet, novelist, playwright and theatre critic. Her poetry is widely published from the Edinburgh Review, Northwords Now and Poetry Wales to the Glasgow Subway and up on a window for the Burns Project. She is a Bard in the Bog in Shetland.  Her pamphlet ‘Glass Works’ (Cat’s Pyjamas Publications) was short listed for the Callum McDonald Award, 2006 and she has a new pamphlet forthcoming. One of her poems was selected for the best 20 Scottish Poems 2005 for the Scottish Poetry Library’s website.  She has years of experience tutoring poetry workshops including working for the Office of Lifelong Learning (Open Studies) at Edinburgh University but is now freelance.  

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