Be inspired by Cornelia Parker on the gallery tour, then come together in part 2 to workshop your new poems.
The artist Cornelia Parker has said of her work: ‘I like the idea of plucking something out of its downward spiral and arresting its importance’, which could also describe the activity of poetry.
In this two-day workshop, we will spend a day exploring the Cornelia Parker retrospective at Tate Britain, considering her themes of process and transformation, suspension of time and reshaping of space, before meeting up in part 2 to workshop the poems that result from our investigations and discussions.
A two-day workshop running 10.30am – 4.30pm (BST) on Saturday 8 October (Tate Britain Gallery Day) and 15 October (Workshop Day in Somerset House, WC2R 1LA).
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Image credit: Cornelia Parker
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Tamar Yoseloff’s sixth collection, The Black Place, was published by Seren in 2019. She’s also the author of Formerly, a chapbook incorporating photographs by Vici MacDonald (Hercules Editions, 2012) shortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award; two collaborative editions with artist Linda Karshan; and a book with artist Charlotte Harker. She’s a freelance tutor in creative writing, and runs poetry courses for galleries including the Hayward, the RA, and the National Gallery. She’s a lecturer on the Poetry School / Newcastle University MA in Writing Poetry.
'The Poetry School is an amazing community and source of inspiration.'