Artworld Fine Art will host our next monthly SPOKEN WORD night on
Wednesday January 14th 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
Heather Cadsby: Heather Cadsby is the author of four books of poetry. A Tantrum of Synonyms (Wolsak and Wynn) was a finalist for the Pat Lowther Award, given for the best book of poetry by a Canadian woman. Her most recent book, titled Could be, was published by Brick Books in 2009. Her poems have appeared in such journals as The Malahat Review, The Antigonish Review, PRISM international, and the anthology The Best Canadian Poetry in English (2008).
Paulina O’Kieffe: Paulina is a 28-year-old Toronto spoken word artist who has been working and performing across Toronto for the last 10 years. She is the Founder/Artistic Director of Guerrilla of the Word and former coordinator of R.H.Y.M.E. poetry collective (Revolutionaries Honoring Your Mind’s Eye) Paulina is influenced by her diverse descent and her work in multiple communities, bringing her passion to the page and the stage. Her poetry, which covers a diverse range of topics from love to revolution, appears in print in ‘Guerillas of the Word’ and “If I Ran the School.” Paulina has performed and hosted performances across the City of Toronto and beyond for the last 10 years. Her performances include performing at the opening for the RUKUS: Anti Racism Anti Oppression Conference for youth held at York University in 2010 and competing in the Toronto International Poetry Slam in 2007 and more recently in 2014.
Raav Vee: In January of 2014 Raav Vee took to our stage reading his work for the first time – even though he had been writing for many years. He has not looked back. His work was recently published in the 2014 Big Art Book in the Literature category. He has also had the opportunity to read at the World Spiritual Centre.