Who wants to participate in ‘Spoken Word Maastricht 2017’?

‘Museumnacht Maastricht’ – Boekhandel Dominicanen and Maastricht University Library present ‘The future of the book challenge’! You are welcome to take part in ‘Spoken Word Maastricht 2017’ on Friday 7 April between 23.00 – 00.00 in the Dominican Church Maastricht, Dominicanerkerkstraat 1. Excited to create and perform your own ideas? We are looking for young writers/poets/singers and songwriters for our second edition of Spoken Word Maastricht.

Time to get creative!

After a great acclaim following last year’s Spoken Word event, we give you the opportunity to perform in the beautiful and international setting of the Dominican Church. As a participant, you will have access to our Special Collections. Get immersed in the theme of ‘future of the book’ and discover the possibilities that ancient literary heritage hold for the future. Unique literature consisting of fascinating historical collections of fairy tales and science fiction work of the era can serve as an inspiration to your performance and will be at your disposal. Make use of these amazing works and let your creativity ignite this theme into a verbal format!

Are you up to the challenge?

Subscribe before 9 March and get an inspiring tour in English of the Special Collections of Maastricht University. Limited spots available! Contact the UM Special Collections promoteam for subscription and more info: Richard Pales or Vanessa Raju Thomas

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2 Responses to Who wants to participate in ‘Spoken Word Maastricht 2017’?

  1. Hossain Monday 6 March 2017 at 12:14 CEST #

    I wanna say some poems and I am also part of refugee project maastricht and currently I am a asylum seeker and I want to say some poems if is is possible

    • Susanne Snijders Tuesday 7 March 2017 at 15:32 CEST #

      Dear Hossain,

      Please contact Richard Pales or Vanessa Raju Thomas from the UM Library Special Collections promo team. You can find their email addresses in this post.

      Kind regards,
      Susanne Snijders

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