21 November 2003

Saturday 22 Nov: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery: BLANK AND FREE

Tasmanian landscapes in writers’ works
Venue: Bond Store TMAG 2.00 to 4.00 p.m.
Liz Winfield: poet, reviewer, regular contributor to Famous Reporter, editor of the rePUBlic readings series (Walleah Press) literary events organiser for many popular events and general encourager of poets in Tasmania: also author of the fine collection, Too much happens

Catherine Stringer: painter and performance painter who has collaborated with musicians to create cross-media interactive improvised duets. More recently she has begun working in a similar way with poets.

Matt Boden: keyboard player who has recently completed a masters degree in performance at the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music. He has performed extensively in Tasmania and Melbourne. He is particularly interested in improvisation.

Sue Moss: writer, performer and reviewer. Her most recent publication is the cross genre anthology Interior Despots: Running the Border (Pardalote Press 2001) co-edited with Karen Knight. An overview of her improvisation work with musician Andrea Breen was published by New York University Press in 2001.

Catherine, Matt and Sue Moss are going to perform an improvised piece around the theme of Tasmanian Rural Landscape. This will be followed by a discussion about their work.

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