Smash pottery! Hear poetry!
On Friday, March 14, join Riddle Fence proofreader Iain McCurdy and Riddle Fence volunteer extraordinaire Sharon King-Campbell along with Toronto poet Ann Shin and the cast and crew of Riddle Fence Publishing Inc. and the St. John's International Women's Film Festival at Eastern Edge Gallery at 8:00 PM to explore and obliterate.
FRIDAY | 8PM | EASTERN EDGE GALLERY
Toronto poet and filmmaker Ann Shin will read from her award-winning collection The Family China (Brick Books). The book explores her family history, with a focus on its treasured heirlooms -- the family china.
Audience members will be invited to explore (and obliterate) their own family chains by smashing a piece of china or an heirloom of their own.
Further shattering of conventions provided by St. John's-based writers Iain McCurdy and Sharon King-Campbell.
Prepare to be liberated. Eastern Edge has a concrete floor, after all.
Presented in partnership by The St. John's International Women's Film festival and Riddle Fence.
ADMISSION IS FREE.