#The100DayProject 2018: #100Days100Snapshots Days 1-20

#The100DayProject 2018: #100Days100Snapshots Days 1-20

Finally, an update post for #The100DayProject! I started shooting my roll of film on 3rd April when everyone else started creating, and shared the first photo on 24th April. I thought the first 20 days were a success because I managed to carry my camera everywhere and shoot once a day (sometimes breaking my own rules and shooting twice!) but I was glad to find I'd made the effort to actively shoot everyday.

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#The100DayProject 2018: #100Days100Snapshots

#The100DayProject 2018: #100Days100Snapshots

Today #The100DayProject begins! This is a project by Elle Luna and Lindsay Jean Thomson that comes by each year for anyone who loves to create. The idea is simple, you pick something you want to do everyday for 100 days, find the time to do it, and then share it on Instagram and Twitter with the unique hashtag for your project, as well as #The100DayProject to share it with everyone taking part.

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Diaspora Pavilion | Venice to Wolverhampton

Diaspora Pavilion | Venice to Wolverhampton
"Diaspora Pavilion | Venice to Wolverhampton is a re-staging of a selection of works previously shown in the exhibition Diaspora Pavilion that took place in Venice during the 57th Venice Biennale last year. The works shown here are by seven of the 19 artists who were part of the Venice show, all of who were selected due to the variety of ways that their practices engage with diaspora as a concept.
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#WorldPoetryDay: My Poetry Book Collection

#WorldPoetryDay: My Poetry Book Collection

It's #WorldPoetryDay! So I thought I'd put together a quick post about my poetry book collection that has been building up slowly since last year. This genre seems to be everywhere these days, not only in terms of being able to buy books from so many hyped and great writers, but in terms of workshops being held by Nellie that I'd love to attend one day, and even talks and performances that you can go to during this years Birmingham Literature Festival.

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