LOST NOTTINGHAM: New Word & image project

POMA Arts presents a new project for 2018

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LOST NOTTINGHAM

A WORD AND IMAGE PROJECT BY SHAUN BELCHER

I intend to produce a series of poems and illustrations in the manner of Julia Wetz’s Tenements, Towers and Trash project in New York.

trash

See: http://www.juliawertz.com/2017/09/24/trash/

I also inspired by SETH’s glorious work.

https://www.drawnandquarterly.com/author/seth

The original mechanics cinema now near what now the YMCA building. Corner of Burton Street.

Each illustration will be accompanied by a poem on the building depicted. I may make ten such images if lucky by April 21st-28th when Jermy & Westerman bookshop have kindly said I can display the works with a special opening view on Saturday 21st pm and maybe a reading with other poets on the final Saturday of the festival the 28th depending on NPF timetable clashes etc.

The project is the beginning of a bigger ‘Lost Nottingham’ project that might open up to involve other artists and poets if funding can be found as I do not have the resources or enough years left to cover all of Nottingham.

 

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Neil Fulwood and Alan Baker POMA Poetry Reading at Jermy & Westerman

Following on from the successful inaugural reading event at Jermy & Westerman Secondhand Bookshop I am pleased to announce that Neil Fulwood and Alan Baker will be our guests on Wednesday 31st May 6.30-8.30 pm.

Refreshments once again will be available.

 

Poems on Prescription – Exhibition and Event

Here photos from the reading event at Doctor’s Orders Micropub ‘Talking to the Wall’ where poems contributed to the open submission were read by a group of poets who took part. This was added to the official events in this year’s highly successful Poetry Festival

Rosie Garner and Shaun Belcher Reading – Nottingham Poetry Festival

 

Here photos of the event…

POMA ARTS and Jermy & Westerman second-hand bookshop present

Rosie Garner and Shaun Belcher reading from their Salt publications
‘The Rain Diaries’ and ‘Last Farmer’.

5-7pm Wednesday 26th April 2017

at 203 Mansfield Road

Refeshments available

FREE ENTRY

Poetry reading commences 5.30 p.m.