SHORE: Story

Artist
Emily Johnson

Nation
Yup’ik descent USA

Price ($)
FREE booking required

Date
6 May Saturday 7pm
7 May Sunday 5pm

Duration
90 mins

Venue
Arts House
Queensberry Street, North Melbourne

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6 May 7 May Australia/Melbourne SHORE: Story http://yirramboi.net.au/events/shore-story/ Artist: Emily Johnson Nation: Yup’ik descent USA Price ($): FREE booking required Duration: 90 mins SHORE: Story is a curated reading by local authors. Developed in partnership with the Black Writers’ Group, Victoria, local writers and curated by Emily Johnson/Catalyst, the reading features original work relating to home, place, land and country. ‘Home is not static. It ebbs and flows. Advances and recedes. That’s the beauty of it. It’s not about a house or a static idea. Home is a movement’. – Bao Phi, SHORE: Minneapolis Writers, poets and storytellers will give voice to the infinite associations, connections and disconnections people have with, to and from, place and country. SHORE: Story powerfully explores displacement, belonging, our innate desire for connection, and how we locate home against an ever-shifting shoreline. Arts House RMIT School of Art art.school@rmit.edu.au Book

SHORE: Story is a curated reading by local authors. Developed in partnership with the Black Writers’ Group, Victoria, local writers and curated by Emily Johnson/Catalyst, the reading features original work relating to home, place, land and country.

‘Home is not static. It ebbs and flows. Advances and recedes. That’s the beauty of it. It’s not about a house or a static idea. Home is a movement’. – Bao Phi, SHORE: Minneapolis

Writers, poets and storytellers will give voice to the infinite associations, connections and disconnections people have with, to and from, place and country. SHORE: Story powerfully explores displacement, belonging, our innate desire for connection, and how we locate home against an ever-shifting shoreline.

Acknowledgements

Presented by Arts House and YIRRAMBOI

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