Poetry for the Pandemic - Writing Workshop
Slam poetry is an exciting artform that brings the classic expressiveness of poetry into a less-structured and more accessible package!
For ECCMID, we are happy to be hosting 4 slam poetry workshops, one on each day of ECCMID, where participants can meet up in the company of a slam poet to express their life experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic through the medium of slam poetry.
It could be about what has been happening in your hospital, at home or even online – whatever it is, we want to hear you slam about it!
A valid ECCMID registration is required in order to register for the workshop.
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ECCMID 2021 Slam Poetry Workshops:
Friday, 9th July: 15.00 – 16.00 PM CEST
Saturday, 10th July: 12.00 – 13.00 PM CEST
Sunday, 11th July: 19.00 – 20.00 PM CEST
Monday, 12th July: 09.00 – 10.00 AM CEST
Click here to register for the Slam Poetry workshop.
Slam with Dan
Dan Simpson is a writer, performer, producer, and educator. He makes highly engaging and contemporary work that is entertaining, intelligent, and thought-provoking. His subjects include science and technology; history and place; art and culture; people and poetry. A former Canterbury Laureate, Dan has been Poet-in-Residence at Glastonbury Festival, Waterloo Station, National Trust Stowe, Imperial College London, and St Albans Cathedral. His two collections of poetry are Applied Mathematics and Totally Cultured. Often working in scientific contexts, Dan has appeared at popular science events and festivals - and is half of Dr. Illingworth and Mr. Simpson, devising interdisciplinary science communication events and projects.
Links to Work
Main website: https://www.dansimpsonpoet.co.uk
Imperial College Residency: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/be-inspired/societal-engagement/engage-at-home/poet-in-residence/
More information will follow soon.