You can bring your favourite poem that you would like to share
with the participants! You can also do Blackout poetry. Or just come to enjoy and listen.
You can be there for just a moment or for the whole event.
Organised by Masku’s library service
At Masku Main Library, Keskuskaari 3, MASKU.
EXHIBITION #toistaiseksinimeämätön (so far unnamed)
Mirkka Mattheiszen’s Exhibition with Poetry Books and Drawings
encounters different kinds: First of all those that grow up,
that are raised or that at the end, in some other way, can end up
Showcase exhibition and pamphlet free distribution at Forum-block
at Linnankatu’s street side at the shopping block’s corridor
from 11th November to 17th November 2019. Free access to the shopping block during shopping hours.
Poet Mirkka Mattheiszen will be there drawing on Monday 11.11.
from 5:00 pm.to 7:00 p.m.
From 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Recycling4poetry
Maira Dobelen (LV) Twelve short films on texts by Latvian poets.
Bar Ö, Linnankatu 7.
Organised by Poetry Week and Latvian Literature.
At 6:00 p.m. Päivän runoilija Miira Luhtavaara -Poet of the day
Organised by Turku City library
Turku’s Main Library, library’s old side, Rotunda, Linnankatu 2.
At 7:00 p.m. Kotipihan kulttuurifestivaali – Annikin runofestivaalin tarina (Home Yard culture festival – The story of Annikki’s Poetry Festival)
Presentation of a documentary directed by Aimo Hyvärinen and premiered in January 2019. Free entry.
Bar Ö, Linnankatu 7.
Maira Dobele is a Latvian children's and youth writer, screenwriter and documentary director living in Finland. Recycling4poetry consists of 12 short videos, in which Maira Dobele has combined the texts of Latvian poets with left over from other projects. There are also movies that were found in the flea market in Maira's hometown. In addition to Latvian poetry, the series has been inspired by Diary films by Philip Hoffman and Dagie Brundert.
Home yard Culture Festival -The story of Annikki's Poetry Festival is an hour and six minute documentary directed by Aimo Hyvärinen, a song of praise for the diversity of poetry, the spirit of work and the unifying power of culture. The documentary shows how a small event organised by residents of the Annikki's wooden house quarter in Tampere turns into an international cultural festival for one and a half decades. The film is subtitled in English.