Part Three of Calliope Collective’s Spoken Word Poetry Project is May 7th at 1 pm at Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning,
Part Three of Calliope Collective’s Spoken Word Poetry Project is May 7th at 1 pm at Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning, Theatre Kingston space.
Award-winning Poet, Writer, and Dancer, Abena Beloved Green returns as Calliope Collective continues an exploration of healing through the pandemic by connecting to nature and expressing it with the Spoken Word.
The previous workshops focused on writing for the spoken word with an introduction to the performance. In this class, Abena will expand on the performance element process for the first half, and the second will be open to recording those who would like to be part of the audio aspect of the project.
Free for any participants who attended the first two installments, sliding scale for those who are just joining us. All levels of experience and performing disciplines are welcome!
Visit CalliopeCollective.com or follow @calliopecollective on social media for more details on their Beltane celebrations, including Water on Fire – a free circus performance happening on the waters of Doug Fluhrer Park Friday, May 6 at sunset with NorthFire Circus.
Beltane is a festival of fire and poetry that celebrates the coming of the harvest season and the fertility of the coming year! Many thanks to the City of Kingston Arts Fund and Kingston Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts and Canadian Heritage for supporting Calliope’s celebrations in Kingston ON.
(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning
370 King St W