SALIDAA is celebrating the completion of its Mummyji heritage project in the South East, and showcasing the work of the Asian Women Writers Collective (AWWC) in a special one-day event.
It’s free and it’s fun so please join us!
Time: Saturday 6 July 2- 6pm
Venue: West Wing Arts Centre, Stoke Road, Slough SL2 5AY
To book your free place please email SALIDAA EVENTS [email protected]
The poet Maya Chowdhry reads from her latest collections and tells poet and translator, Lakshmi Holmström, how her background colours her work.
Artist Bhajan Hunjan, introduces an exhibition of artworks and a short performance from Year 10 students at Highdown School, Reading, exploring stories, influences and relationships with the women in their families.
The founder and leaders of the AWWC, Ravinder Randhawa, Rahila Gupta and Rukhsana Ahmad in conversation with Shyama Perera, reflect on their development from writers group to writers collective.
The daughters of the AWWC top team join their mothers to talk about the writing imperative, and why they too have gone against the grain to pursue uncertain careers.
Members of the Milan Community Centre and Meet & Mingle Women’s Group in Slough, who helped create the Mummyji Project, receive their heritage skills certificates.
Writers who took part in a SALIDAA supported creative writing course at Brunel University, present their work and discuss how peer support and mentoring worked for them.