The Language of Land

A Poet in Community Workshop Open to All

Details: The word land evokes movement and place. Land as a noun, land as a verb: to land, on the land, home and native land, landed immigrant, land grab, motherland, fatherland, this land is your land. Using writing and drawing, explore the land as you experience it, and as the word lands inside you. In this one and half hour session, write and perhaps share with others the resonance and power of this four letter word.

When: Wed., Feb. 15 ,2017, 12-1:30 pm
Where: Bickersteth Room, Hart House
Cost: Free

Learn more about this year’s Hancock Lecture, Land and Life in Tkaronto, New Solidarities Toward a Decolonial Future.

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