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Explore the Sound Archives Workshop

Antarctic landscape of icebergs and water
Sat 30 Oct

Multiple days: Various - see below

Workshop Nature & Environment

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Create a found poem inspired by the British Antarctic Survey archives

DatesTimesVenue
Sun 24 Oct2 - 4.30pmMillennium Library
Wed 27 Oct **SOLD OUT**6.30 - 8pmSir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
Sat 30 Oct **SOLD OUT**1 - 3.30pmSir Isaac Newton Sixth Form

Join poet Elizabeth Lewis Williams and sound experts from Norfolk Record Office to explore some of the treasures of the British Antarctic Survey archives. 

From penguin recordings to reminiscences of Antarctic scientists and explorers, you’ll discover a rich mix of voices, and create a found poem from what you hear.            

Cost: £10

About Elizabeth Williams

Elizabeth Lewis Williams is a Norwich based writer and poet.  She recently completed an MA and a PhD in Creative Writing at the UEA, and is currently working on a book of creative non-fiction with the working title 'Antarctic Identities’. 

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