Hull Literature Festival 2004 
 the humber mouth  19th June - 4th July 2004

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Preview Events
Saturday 19th June
Sunday 20th June
Monday 21st June
Tuesday 22nd June
Wednesday 23rd June
Thursday 24th June
Friday 25th June
Saturday 26th June
Sunday 27th June
Monday 28th June
Tuesday 29th June
Wednesday 30th June
Thursday 1st July
Friday 2nd July
Saturday 3rd July
Sunday 4th July

Exhibitions & other Projects


{Saturday19th June}

Saturday 19th June - 11am � 5pm
Central Library, Albion Street

Travel Writing Workshop
Free 01482 616961 Booking essential

Ever wondered how Bill Bryson or Pete McCarthy got started? Ever fancied the life of a roving reporter or travel journalist? Locally - based photojournalist Lee Karen Stow introduces the skills and resources needed to begin a career in a practical, hands-on workshop designed for would-be travel journalists, including the secrets of selling work to editors and gaining commissions.

Lee Karen Stow is a Hull-based freelance journalist and photographer specialising in people and places. A former features writer for the Hull Daily Mail, Lee has visited around 40 countries in the last six years and has had work published by The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Express on Sunday, CNN Traveller, Geographical, Wanderlust and others. She has also authored, co-authored and provided photography for several travel books, including the AA Adventure Traveller series.

In December 2003, she launched The Travel I�ve Seen, a documentary photography exhibition sponsored by Hull City Arts and Arts Council England at the Ferens Art Gallery in Hull. Her images are also on show at Salts Mill in Saltaire, near Bradford.

Saturday 19th June - 3.00-5.00pm
EICH Gallery, Derek Crothall Building, University of Lincoln Hull Campus, George Street

Building Cultural Bridges:
Drumming Workshop

Kahijah Ibrahim, Oluseyi Ogunjobi and Fosuwa Andoh
Free 07930 173324

An opportunity to learn drumming skills with these exhilarating artists, writers, musicians and storytellers who work within the Sufi tradition.

Loud, physical, mystical and fun. Suitable for all ages.

Saturday 19th June
BCAE (Bransholme Community Arts Enterprise) Dorchester Primary School, Dorchester Road, Bransholme

Mixing and Scratching:
the contemporary classical voice meets street

Workshops:10am - 1pm & 2pm -4pm
Performance: 4pm-5pm
Free 01482 821053 for information

Workshops with two artists working in different fields who use text as a basis for their work.

Anna Myatt is a contemporary classical vocalist and Scott Langthorpe is a phonic artist working with turntables, combining dj skills with computer based music software. Working with students from the Starsearch course at Bransholme, the performance will mix poetry, comic strips and conversations with urban music, beatboxing, rapping and street poetry which have been explored in the workshops.

Building Cultural Bridges:

Kahijah Ibrahim, Oluseyi Ogunjobi and Fosuwa Andoh
Free 07930 173324

Three African artists concerned with exploring the path of spiritual truth invite you to an evening of of Sufi poetry and music.

A performance which combines artforms from the Sufi tradition in an extraordinary fusion of cultures.

General Enquiries:
City Information Service
at Hull Central Library
Tel: 01482 223344
E-mail: [email protected]

Hull City Arts