anne tannam standing in front of a blue door

Poetry Ireland Poet In Residence Anne Tannam

 

September 2023

This week was my first time experiencing a student-filled campus since I began my residency in May, and
I was amazed at the tremendous energy and excitement there is about the place. Oh, to bottle that buzz! I
want to say it reminds me of my college days, but I went to Mater Dei Institute of Education in the 1980s,
which officially had the world’s smallest campus (OK, I may have made that fact up), where there was
more of a quiet fizz about the place. So, what’s happening poetry-wise this semester? 

Anne Tannam, Poetry Ireland Poet in Residence

 


19th October 23 Online Poets Coaching Clinic

There are fourteen 30-minute individual slots
available to poets or wannabe poets. The clinic offers morning, afternoon and evening slots, so there’ll be one to suit you.

 

To book: Poetry Coaching website
8th November 23 Campus Poetry Ginkgo

Let your feet do the walking and your poetry
do the talking! With notebook and pen, join me on a morning stroll across all three campuses, from Glasnevin to St Patrick’s to All Hallows campus. Find poetic inspiration together as we explore DCU as a University of Place. All Welcome. 

 

To express interest email: dcuartsandculture@dcu.ie
Ongoing Poetry as a means of enquiry

In collaboration with Dr. Briege Casey and Dr. Mark
Phelim from the School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health Anne is running Poetic Enquiry workshops for third-year Health and Society Students, offering them an arts-based engagement with a course module and an Orientation Workshop for the first-year intake.

 

For further information email: dcuartsandculture@dcu.ie
Ongoing Poetry and Coding Anne is working with Dr. Renaat Verbruggen and the School of Computing, offering workshops for third-year computing students to explore what happens when coding and poetry
collide.
For further information email: dcuartsandculture@dcu.ie