PGH Address 2016: The poetry of the present

Canham, Nicole (2016) PGH Address 2016: The poetry of the present. [Sydney], Australia, New Music Network Australia.

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Author Canham, Nicole
Title PGH Address 2016: The poetry of the present
Place of publication [Sydney], Australia
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
Publisher New Music Network Australia
Publication date 2016-11-04
Series The PGH Address
Total pages 1 Peggy Glanville Hicks Address
Language eng
Subject Original Creative Work - Textual work
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The Poetry of the Present celebrates the possibilities that come from embracing change. The successes, opportunities and struggles that form a part of many creative people’s lives – often framed in terms of the decline of many cherished ideas, beliefs and values – seem to be converging with a similar, society-wide anguish characterised by uncertainty and fear.

While these conditions may seem at first glance to be unfavourable for individual artists and creative communities, by focusing on possibility rather than despairing at the unknown Nicole Canham argues that people working across the creative industries have a significant opportunity to empower themselves through reimagining their social role as artists.
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