What are the literary and visual arts equivalents of timing in music? Some initial thoughts, and a call for discussion.
Here follows a quick round-up of some of the upcoming literary happenings in Dumfries and Galloway over the next week or so.* Playwrights@Theatre Royal 2 A rehearsed reading of five new short play scripts. Its a FREE event. No need to book just turn up. You’d be very welcome. Spread the word and let anyone […]
Wigtown International Poetry Competition is now open for entries from anyone in the world, until Friday 26 May 2017. There are three categories: Main (£1500), Scottish Gaelic (£250), and Scots (£250). The Scottish Poetry Library will read all poems submitted for the Main Prize, and create a short leet for the judge. This alone makes […]
Dumfries and Galloway is establishing itself as one of, if not The, primary Arts regions in Scotland. The last set of figures I was given (at the DGU conference last summer) show the arts bring £50,000,000 into the area each year. We have an astonishing amount of artistic activity going on, from major, international festivals […]