Red Room Education , 2019
107 Projects’ philosophy and mission is to improve communities by encouraging people to live creatively. 107 Projects is committed to the advancement of culture. With a social enterprise ethos, it aims to transform how the arts, business and education engage across industries and with the wider community to create positive social change and connect emerging communities.
Join poet Elliot York Cameron on 27 April for this engaging and creative calligraphy and poetry hang out! Art Somewhere is a fun, no-skills-required hang out where you can play with words by writing, cutting and collaging. All are welcome.
Art Somewhere welcomes all levels and abilities to experiment and learn creative practices in a non-structured teaching environment. Turn up any time and stay for as long as you like. Our facilitators will run activities with you, or you can work on your own project.
Art Somewhere is a place to have a go. We provide the materials, the space and the support to allow you to try out new things in a friendly and safe environment.
This event is brought to you by 107 Presents, in partnership with Mirvac and Landcom, with special guests from Red Room Poetry.
Date and time
Saturday 27 April 2019
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
The Social Corner
30 Ebsworth Street
Zetland, NSW 2017
Please bring along $5 for art supplies to take part.
Elliot York Cameron is a poet and educator from Western Sydney, a NSW Poetry Slam finalist and a two-time Bankstown Grand Slam finalist. He is currently the Program & Education Officer for Word Travels and a co-organiser of Enough Said Poetry Slam in Wollongong. In 2018, Elliot founded Narellan Poetry Slam, which he hosts monthly at Harry Hartog Booksellers. He has featured his work at Sydney Writers' Festival, Sydney Fringe Festival, Wollongong Writers Festival, Viva La Gong, Granville Poetry Slam, Poetica, BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT!, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Unspoken Words Storytelling Festival and National Young Writers' Festival. His poem 'Wildfire and Sequoia' was included in Enough Said Poetry Slam's 2017 Anthology, and six poems were featured as ‘The New Ideation Suite’ in Baby Teeth Journal's August 2018 publication.