Date

Saturday 4 November, 11am - 2pm

Booking

Free, public event, all ages welcome
Booking recommended
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Location

Meet at the Urban Room

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Part of our series of Ash Workshops and is presented as part of the folkestone fringe

 

Lost in Transmission

Learn about the changes to rural and urban landscapes that ash dieback will bring, and discover the pushes and pulls that drive its spread.

In this ecopoetry workshop we will explore the ash dieback transmission process. Drawing on scientific research and journalism on the subject, we’ll make new poems from existing texts. In doing so, we will learn about the changes to rural and urban landscapes that ash dieback will bring, and discover the pushes and pulls (both natural and cultural) that drive its spread. We’ll also consider how the disease is likely to impact the ash trees in Folkestone’s own urban environment.

This event part of The Ash Project is taking place in conjunction with the Urban Room and the Folkestone Triennial Fringe. The walk will be lead by Chris Poundwhite followed by a recording session with radio artist Magz Hall.

Find out more about Chris’s ecopoetry courses & workshops at www.gotothepine.com.

Find out more about Magz Halls radio art works at magzhall.wordpress.com

Duration: walk approx 1 hour, the workshop will take place back in the Urban Room