Write Speak Perform - Poetry Workshop - Ahmedabad

12:00 PM - 03:00 PM

The Project Cafe
Yellow house no 7, Near Polytechnic college, Ahmedabad, India 380015

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2017-04-02 12:00:00 2017-04-02 15:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Write Speak Perform - Poetry Workshop - Ahmedabad

A fun and interactive workshop that explores the nuances of performance poetry, in collaboration with The Project Cafe.

The workshop will focus on the difference between writing for the page and writing for the stage. It will teach you ways to approach a poem, whether through visual techniques or writing exercises. The workshop will cover group exercises, and individual exercises that are tailored to meet your specific needs. We will also drown our senses in spoken word performances and exchange views and opinions on what works and what doesn’t.

Bring a pen, paper and a poem you want to work on, rest will be provided.

Cost: 1000 Rs

About the facilitator:

Rochelle is a page/performance poet who writes about her travels, cultural influences and personal experiences. Her spoken word journey began in Melbourne at an open mic at the Brunswick Hotel in 2011. Since then, she has won an Encouragement Award at the coveted Doris Leadbetter Poetry Cup, represented Melbourne spoken word on Indifeed, been featured in Peril Magazine as a contemporary Asian-Australian poet, published two chapbooks, been featured in numerous poetry anthologies, collaborated with Hip Hop artist Hau and has her poetry featured on his 2015 album titled – The No End Theory, won slams and organised poetry events as part of the Melbourne Fringe festival. She has published an anthology titled ‘A Converseation in Four Parts’ in collaboration with 3 other poets from Mumbai. She was featured at the infamous Kala Ghoda Arts Festival in Feb 2016 and been a judge at various college fests like Mood Indigo 2014, Malhar 2015 and Zenith 2015. She was part of Words Express – Spoken Word Jatra, a poetry tour in Nepal, (Sept 2016) featuring international poets from Pakistan, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines and the one and only Sarah Kay. She recently featured at the Poets Translating Poets Festival organised by the Goethe Institute in Mumbai in Nov 2016. She put out a poetry and music EP titled Best Apology Face with Melbourne composer Meena Shamaly in March 2017.

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The Project Cafe
Yellow house no 7, Near Polytechnic college, Ahmedabad, India 380015

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

A fun and interactive workshop that explores the nuances of performance poetry, in collaboration with The Project Cafe.

The workshop will focus on the difference between writing for the page and writing for the stage. It will teach you ways to approach a poem, whether through visual techniques or writing exercises. The workshop will cover group exercises, and individual exercises that are tailored to meet your specific needs. We will also drown our senses in spoken word performances and exchange views and opinions on what works and what doesn’t.

Bring a pen, paper and a poem you want to work on, rest will be provided.

Cost: 1000 Rs

About the facilitator:

Rochelle is a page/performance poet who writes about her travels, cultural influences and personal experiences. Her spoken word journey began in Melbourne at an open mic at the Brunswick Hotel in 2011. Since then, she has won an Encouragement Award at the coveted Doris Leadbetter Poetry Cup, represented Melbourne spoken word on Indifeed, been featured in Peril Magazine as a contemporary Asian-Australian poet, published two chapbooks, been featured in numerous poetry anthologies, collaborated with Hip Hop artist Hau and has her poetry featured on his 2015 album titled – The No End Theory, won slams and organised poetry events as part of the Melbourne Fringe festival. She has published an anthology titled ‘A Converseation in Four Parts’ in collaboration with 3 other poets from Mumbai. She was featured at the infamous Kala Ghoda Arts Festival in Feb 2016 and been a judge at various college fests like Mood Indigo 2014, Malhar 2015 and Zenith 2015. She was part of Words Express – Spoken Word Jatra, a poetry tour in Nepal, (Sept 2016) featuring international poets from Pakistan, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines and the one and only Sarah Kay. She recently featured at the Poets Translating Poets Festival organised by the Goethe Institute in Mumbai in Nov 2016. She put out a poetry and music EP titled Best Apology Face with Melbourne composer Meena Shamaly in March 2017.

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On the occasion of Janmashtami L.D. Museum & N.C. Mehta Gallery invites you for Workshop on ‘Traditional Nathdwara Style of Painting’ to be conducted by Mrs. Vaidehi Shah (an Ahmedabad based artist who has been practicing miniature paintings and Pichwai paintings on cloth as well as paper since last 36 years) The workshop will commence at the above mentioned time, starting with a very brief talk on Nathdwara school of painting. This will be followed by an introductory session of Nathdwara style of painting by Mrs. Vaidehi Shah Eligibility: 18 years and above (a prior experience in art is required) Registration fee: Rs 100/- per participant (inclusive of lunch and drawing paper needed for the workshop, other stationery like pencils, eraser, brushes and colours need to be brought by the participant) For registration Please visit our website or social media pages to download registration form, which you can submit with registration fee in person at the venue before 17th August 2018 in office hours. (photocopy of age proof is required to submit form) Source: Facebook

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On the occasion of Janmashtami L.D. Museum & N.C. Mehta Gallery
invites you for Workshop on ‘Traditional Nathdwara Style of Painting’ to be conducted by Mrs. Vaidehi Shah (an Ahmedabad based artist who has been practicing miniature paintings and Pichwai paintings on cloth as well as paper since last 36 years)

The workshop will commence at the above mentioned time, starting with a very brief talk on Nathdwara school of painting. This will be followed by an introductory session of Nathdwara style of painting by Mrs. Vaidehi Shah

Eligibility: 18 years and above
(a prior experience in art is required)

Registration fee: Rs 100/- per participant
(inclusive of lunch and drawing paper needed for the workshop, other stationery like pencils, eraser, brushes and colours need to be brought by the participant)

For registration
Please visit our website or social media pages to download registration form, which you can submit with registration fee in person at the venue before 17th August 2018 in office hours.
(photocopy of age proof is required to submit form)

Source: Facebook

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Nr. Gujarat University, Navarangpura, Ahmedabad, India 380009

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