Geelong Regional Libraries

EVENING ANTHOLOGY – SOCIAL EVENT FEATURING A PERFORMANCE BY LOWERCASE POETRY & EMERGING WRITERS FROM DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

Writing can be a solitary occupation but never more so than over the past two years! Join library representatives, event organisers and your fellow writers and come together at Ki-kirri-ngitj

Panels, Lectures & Ideas

Event Details

Category

Panels, Lectures & Ideas

Event Starts

Aug 27, 2022

Event Ends

Aug 27, 2022

Venue

Ki-kirri-ngitj

Location

Ground Floor, Geelong Library & Heritage Centre, 51 Little Malop Street, Geelong

5.00pm to 7.00pm

Ki-kirri-ngitj (“kee-kirri-nich”) Ground Floor, Geelong Library & Heritage Centre, 51 Little Malop Street, Geelong

Writing can be a solitary occupation but never more so than over the past two years! Join library representatives, event organisers and your fellow writers and come together at Ki-kirri-ngitj “Gathering Place: We talk together” to celebrate the extraordinary wealth of literary and creative talent found in our region. This is a chance for informal networking and collaboration – shake off the cobwebs and come mingle! Drinks and platters provided, along with some light literary entertainment.

Tickets – $20; $10 for GRLC Members

About the presenters: lowercase poetry – Annie (she/her), Yasmin (she/her) and Joshua (they/them) have been running the ever-popular and welcoming lowercase poetry nights and performing as a poetry performance crew for about six years now. As poets and artists who live and work on Wadawurrung Country, their work of storytelling through prose and poetry explores various themes including dreams, issues facing our society, choices, values and their surroundings.


For more information visit https://events.grlc.vic.gov.au/event/6816001