Following an online masterclass with Poet Selina Nwulu, our group of young activists reveal their artistic responses to the climate crisis.
Poetry of Protest is part of the Shifting Tides festival.
Friday 17 July, 4pm
This event is free to attend but registration beforehand is needed. Register for this event here. This link will take you to a registration page on Zoom.
This event will last approximately one hour.
Selina Nwulu is a writer and former Young Poet Laureate for London. She has written for outlets including for The Guardian, Red Pepper, Sable Litmag, The Arts Society Magazine and the New Humanist. Selina was previously co-editor for women’s news portal, Women’s Views on News. As a poet, her work has been featured in Vogue, Blavity, i-D and ES Magazine. She has toured with her poetry nationally and internationally, including at Glastonbury, Edinburgh Fringe and StAnza Poetry Festival, as well as in Northern India with the British Council. In 2019, she was shortlisted for the Brunel International African Poetry Prize and published in the critically acclaimed anthology, New Daughters of Africa.
Masterclass Leader Selina Nwulu
Young Activist Poets
Claire Chelsea Bondzanga