Sunday 1 December 2013, 2–5pm
Free, booking essential
Spike Archipelago is a collaborative, site-specific writing project and series of artist-led walking tours of Spike Island.
This autumn, writer-in-residence Holly Corfield Carr is inviting writers, artists, geographers, historians and local residents to explore Spike Island through writing. The workshops will encourage participants to write on the move and to consider the place of text and textual materiality in the city, as well as the identity of this little slip of land between the Cut and the Floating Harbour, right in the heart of Bristol.
Meeting on Sundays from September, groups are heading out from Spike Island foyer to explore their locality in the context of one of five themes – wildlife, island life, water in the city, connections and endings – alongside key writing practices and techniques. The walks are then followed by writing and discussion in the Spike Island Cafe.
The series will culminate in this extended workshop in which participants are invited to turn their writing into miniature plastic viewfinders through which others can read their work – and share their point of view.
For more information and dates of walks, please visit www.spikearchipelago.co.uk
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