Event “Poetic Salad” is organized under LLP GRU “International poetic alphabet” project (www.europoems.eu).
Aim of the event – to learn more about traditional cuisines through poetry.
– Adults (more than 18 years old) ;
– Teachers ;
– Learners (who are Learning second and foreign language) ;
– Immigrants ;
– Beginners/professionals poets ;
– Trainers (writing workshops) ;
– Administrative staff ;
– Students (more than 18 years old) ;
– Local community ;
– Artists ;
– Social workers/cultural facilitators (who pass the message to a wider audience) ;
– Politicians ;
– Whoever interested in non-formal education, poetry, cultures,
Date: 2013-05-30 (Thursday)
Place: A. Jaksto st. 5 (3 floor/door code 6) Vilnius (BALTIC TURKISH CULTURE ACADEMY)
For more information: email@example.com, tel: +37052151833
- Each group (person/representative of country) brings traditional dish. There will be tables where you can expose your meal, decorate it with your countries’ flags or other traditional things.
- Representative (delegated member of the group) will present his/her traditional cuisine by reading poetry in native language with English translation on the screen. Also you can choose another way during presentation of your cuisine/meals you can insert poetry about traditional cuisine and dishes ( poems should be in native language with translation in English). Translation into English doesn’t have to be professional, just that audience could understand what were your poems about.
- Poems can be about certain meal, beverage, in general about cusine or its culture in your country.
- Each presentation shoul be around 10 min.
- If you are not able or do not have possibility to present traditional cusine/meal, be our guest, join and learn more about other cuisines.
- Poems with translation should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org untill 27 of May 14:00.
- Registration for event is required to email@example.com or by
ph. +37052151833 till 27 of May 14:00.
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