Capture and record a moment from nature through haiku and mark making to create a visual expression of a sensory experience. Join poet Lyn Reeves and local artist Desiree Fitzgibbon for walking and observation in the stunning environment of Okines Beach.
At the end of this workshop we will have uncovered the features of the brief nature poem and composed our own haiku and brush work images depicting a special moment in time on a handmade paper scroll. Continue reading “Marking the Moment – workshop”
Small Worlds is a book/catalogue of paintings in an exhibition by Hobart painter, Luke Wagner. Each of fifteen paintings of bonsai is accompanied by a haiku by Lyn, in a limited edition, beautifully presented hard cover publication. Paintings and book details can be viewed at http://www.colvillegallery.com.au/artists/lukewagner.php
The book was launched at the exhibition opening on the 5th March and is available from the gallery and from Hobart Bookshop.
Seasonal Poets: The Summer Reading
Monday 20 February, 6-8 pm
Hadley’s Hotel 34 Murray Street Hobart.
TWC members and unwaged $10
Light supper included
Supported by the Tasmanian Writers’ Centre and Hadley’s Hotel
Please join us to celebrate the publication
of Ron’s Fire and Rescue Poetry Collection Bushfire Moon
To be launched by Lyn Reeves
at Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts
Ground Floor 91 Murray Street, Hobart Tasmania 7000
on Friday 24 March at 5 pm.
RSVP to Ron Moss: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further details of launch here: book-launch-flyer-small
Further details of the book here: bushfire-moon-flyer-small
For details about the recent ginko in St David’s Park in Hobart please click on the following link:
Fullers’ Cafe Poet, Lyn Reeves, will hold a series of haiku workshops at Fullers Bookshop in Hobart.
10.00am – 11.30am, Saturdays 17th August – 14th September
Explore the traditions and contemporary practice of these ‘capsules of poetic insight’ in a series of four workshops, followed by a ginko (haiku walk) in St. David’s Park. This course is aimed at people with an interest, but little or no knowledge of these brief but potent poems.
Numbers strictly limited. Please email@example.com
Lyn Reeves has a number of her haiku featured in a new exhibition of paintings by Desiree Fitzgibbon. Codex – opens at Handmark Gallery, Salamanca Place, Hobart on 23 April and runs until 19 May. Lyn will read her haiku at the opening.
The Haiku Journey – A joyful life-long practice of mindfulness and attention,with Ron Moss
Learn the ancient Japanese art of writing haiku, then walk in the tranquil surrounds of the Botanical Gardens to develop your inspiration. Conclude with a stunning slideshow presentation of haiga, haiku blended with artwork. This workshop is suitable for people new to writing as well as experienced writers.
Continue reading “Haiku News from Tasmania (five items)”
Simply Haiku features local haiga
I would like to announce that the winter edition of Simply Haiku is now online.
In this issue I was invited to be a guest editor in the haiga section. I would like to draw your attention to the work of Ross Coward of Hobart, and his first attempt at haiga, using his own haiku and images that he took on a recent trip in Tasmania.
Please enjoy at your leisure, what is a wonderful issue and well done to all concerned.
Ron Moss, Regional Representative for Tasmania