Artworld Fine Art will host our next monthly SPOKEN WORD night on
Wednesday August 12th from 7PM – 8:30PM
Spoken Word is free to come and free for anyone to perform, regardless of style, experience or identity.
Please direct all inquiries as they relate to performing or feedback to
Donna Child – firstname.lastname@example.org
Featuring These Spoken Word Artists:
Mark James Heath
Mjh is co-host of the Hip hop Comedy podcast Runnin’ At The Mouth with
Marito Lopez on www.talk hole.co . You can also catch the duo at
their monthly show of the same name every first Sunday at Comedy Bar in
Toronto. Originally from Chicago, Mjh is alum of NBC’s Stand Up for
Diversity and Second City Chicago’s Outreach division . Now making his
home in Toronto, He has been featured in the Halifax Comedy Festival,
JFL42 and Sudbury’s LOL Comedy Festival.
Spoken Word Artist & Writer
James Moore is a story driven writer new to the scene. He has written
short scripts and stories as well as poetry, both of a spoken and
literary variety. He has performed his pieces on a few stages which
include: Words by the Water’s monthly Rep Your Set Poetry SLAM and
Open Mic, Unfilitered Facts Positive Mental Health campaign at the
Hamilton Public Library and Artworld Fine Art Gallery’s Spoken Word
Night. Currently James is working on his first novel which he hopes to
have published sometime this year.
James first started writing in high school as a way to deal with the
overwhelming frustrations of being bullied. It was an outlet he used,
along with acting, to build confidence and see things in life go in a
way high school life wouldn’t take him. For James, writing is an
essential part of self expression and letting go of life’s hardships.
David has been writing poems for over 50 years.
Poetry has always been an important element in his life.
He views poetry as being more than putting words
together in a rhythmic manner.
David’s work initally explored the different forms of the masters,
eventually finding his own style culminating in such poems as
‘On the Waterfront of Toronto’.