LED BY PASCALE PETIT
‘Sewing Machines and Umbrellas: Poetry from Art’ The Comte de Lautréamont defined surrealism as ‘the chance encounter between a sewing machine and an umbrella on an operating table’. We’ll draw from modern art as fertile starting points to fire the imagination and write poems that play with unexpected juxtapositions. A chance to respond to a plentiful supply of images and read inspiring examples of poetry from art.
10am to 1pm
Pavilions Teignmouth Studio - ground floor