Sunday

DAY 3

The Muse and Music Workshop with Carmen Cullen

The Presentation Centre, Nunnery Rd, Enniscorthy
10:30am
Working with a small group, create music that resonates with a poem, to enhance a soundscape for listeners.

Attention: Spoken Word Artists and singer-songwriters and poets who give readings of their work!
•  Showing of four selected video poems from Carmen Cullen’s YouTube Pandemic Poetry collection. (If live event, two video poems and two spoken poems. Accompanied on guitar by Gerry Anderson)  
•  Talk on the background to the poems  
•  Talk by Gerry Anderson on composing music, in response to writing.  
•  Collective writing exercise. One line by each member of the group on a given theme prompted by the poems. These Lines collected and read as a single poem by Carmen.  
•  Reading, and/or Reading and Recording of this poem with an improvised accompaniment by Gerry Anderson. 
•  Question time.  

Two Authors from Doire Press Authors in Conversation

The Presentation Centre, Nunnery Rd, Enniscorthy
Coffee available to purchase.
Noon

Short Films with Wexfordian’s Award Winning Imelda Carroll, Dick Donohoe, Hannah McNiven and others.

The Presentation Centre, Nunnery Rd, Enniscorthy
2pm-5pm

A Medley of Poetry and Music with local Wexfordian poets

Bandstand, Opposite Red Books, Peter’s St, Wexford
2.30pm

Virtual Open Mic Night

Hosted by Alanna Hammel, Wexford Bohemian and Derek Flynn, The Waxed Lemon

To ask questions, seek a spot or just to listen to the session, send us an email. Open to all national and international writers, spoken word artists, singer-songwriters, poets

Virtual Event (details soon)
7.00pm
Email: alannaham[email protected]

WHERE

01. The Presentation Centre, Nunnery Rd
National 1798 Rebellion Centre, Parnell Rd, Enniscorthy
Bandstand, Opposite Red Books, Peter’s St, Wexford
Wexford Book Centre, 5 South Main Street, Wexford
Virtual Event
Look forward to seeing you all on the final day of the Festival