Writing Water Online Poetry Workshop with Eunice Andrada


WHEN: 7pm-9pm – 12 Aug 2020

COST: Donation

TICKETS: Book Now,

Join award-winning Filipina poet Eunice Andrada for this immersive and interactive Writing Water poetry workshop.

Explore your relationship with water in all its forms — as witness, giver and receiver. Participants of all ages and from any background will collaborate to create poems as well as their own individual pieces for consideration in the Red Room Poetry Writing Water chapbook.

Don't forget to bring a pen and your notebook, along with a vessel filled with water (cup or bowl).

All are welcome to attend, and participation is by donation. Suggested cost is $10.00 donation (with funds supporting Red Room Poetry and 107 Projects)

Bookings are essential (limited to 50 places), and the workshop will be held live via Zoom on Wednesday 12 August, 7pm AEST. You'll recieve the workshop access link to your email inbox one hour before the event.

About our host
Eunice Andrada is a poet and educator. Her debut poetry collection Flood Damages (Giramondo Books) won the Anne Elder Award (2018) and was shortlisted in the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards (2019). Her work has been translated and performed in Tagalog, Hiligaynon, French, Japanese, Italian, Spanish and Czech, and she has performed her poetry in diverse international stages, from the Sydney Opera House to the UN Climate Summit in Paris. Her ecopoetry has been recognised through the awarding of a residency and fellowship presented by Nature Art and Habitat (NAHR) and Australian Poetry.

This workshop is presented by Red Room Poetry with support from the City of Sydney, the Australian Council for the Arts and Create NSW.