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National Poetry Day, August 23

AND we are celebrating. Every patient at Mercy Hospital will receive one of 9 poARTry postcards and a Poems in the Waiting Room leaflet with their lunchtime meal. AND Every Southern DHB patient will receive a sheet of poetry on … Continue reading

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Haiku and Art

Ron Moss, a Tasmanian visual artist, poet and lover of haiku, has been in Dunedin this week.  This afternoon we called in to visit Rob Piggott, a Dunedin artist, whom Ron met at Ron’s multimedia presentation at Blueskin Bay Library last year. … Continue reading

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Carved from light

Last Wednesday night we drove out to Blueskin Bay library collecting Sophia Frentz on the way. We hadn’t visited the library before so we were interested to have a look around before Tasmanian poet and artist, Ron Moss,  started his … Continue reading

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Ron Moss – Carved From Light

Ron Moss is a Tasmanian visual artist, poet and lover of haiku. His poetry has won international awards and been translated into several languages. He discovered me via a Poems in the Waiting Room haiku exhibition which I curated a … Continue reading

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When North meets South

We want to move northwards. Well I don’t really, I’m happy living in Dunedin. To clarify; we want to move the project northwards. With the South Island covered we want to carry on towards our long-term goal of offering the … Continue reading

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