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Online Writing Workshop with Vanessa Kisuule

Starts 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM
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Online Writing Workshop with Vanessa Kisuule

Explore ways to use writing to amplify messages

As part of Art of Resistance Trinity is exploring and documenting the art created by protest movements in Bristol. Key movement and their messages have been amplified by different art forms such as poetry, textiles, posters, banners, music and performing arts.

In this workshop you will explore the ways in which writing and performance can be used to to amplify messages through group discussion and fun writing exercises. No former writing experience is necessary, just passion, opinions and an open mind.

Vanessa Kisuule is a writer and performer. She has won over 10 slam titles including Roundhouse Slam, Hammer and Tongue National Slam and the Nuoryican Poetry Slam in New York. Her work has featured on BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 1 and Radio 4's Woman's Hour, The Guardian, Huffington Post, The Guilty Feminist Podcast, Gal Dem Magazine Blue Peter, Sky TV and more. Her poetry collections Joyriding The Storm and A Recipe For Sorcery are both published by Burning Eye and her work was Highly Commended in The Forward Prize Anthology.

All our workshops within this series will take place on Zoom, once signed up this will be emailed within your confirmation.

This workshop is part of What I Want To Be, What I Want To See

Trinity is thinking about the future, and we want to start by hearing from the people that matter - you. What you would do if you had no limits? Where would you go? What would you do? Who would you spend time with? And what are the changes you would like to see, locally or globally?

The project is supported through funding from the Cultural Recovery Fund helping Trinity still #behereforculture

Art of Resistance project is funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund

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