Beware: falling words
Writing has never been so important as today. At work, in society, in personal relationships: with others and with yourself. With this workshop you will experiment some of the short and very short ways of past and present expression: haiku, slogan, greguería, spot, epigram, status, aphorism, post, tale, announcement…
Tiziano Scarpa was born in Venice, Italy in 1963. He is a novelist, poet, and playwright. Scarpa’s third novel, “Stabat Mater” (Serpent’s Tail, 2011) was awarded the Strega Prize, Italy’s most prestigious literary honor. His acclaimed “Venice is a Fish”: a Sensual Guide (Gotham Books, 2008) is known throughout the world as an idiosyncratic celebration of Venice. His most recent novels are “Il Cipiglio del Gufo” and “Il brevetto del geco”. Among his books to be mentioned, “Corpo” (Einaudi, 2005), a collection of aphorisms and short stories about fifty parts of the human body. His books have been translated into many languages including Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Hebrew, and Arabic. He also has an intense activity as a scenic reader of his and others’ works, at the theater and not only.
Dates: 18 and 19 October 2018
Max number of participants: 15
Working hours: 10:00am-6:00pm
THE PRICE INCLUDES
· full workshop tuition
· free access to the library, relaxation areas, photo studio, cinema
· use of printers
THE PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE
· lunch (possibility of a buffet lunch at Fabrica at 11€, by reservation)
· taxi and public transport
· extra expenses
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE AND PAY
Send your request complete with personal data to firstname.lastname@example.org
When you receive your bill, please pay the total amount of the workshop by bank
transfer payable to:
Cassa di Risparmio del Veneto S.P.A
IBAN: IT 15F 0622512020 100000006377
Reference: “Name and surname of the participant and title of the workshop”.
Your registration will not be official until your payment comes through.
You will then receive confirmation.
The registrations are first come, first serve until the places are exhausted.
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