Asian Heritage Month at Morrow
Interactive Poetry Reading
Featuring: Anjalica Solomon, Christopher Tse, Johnny Trinh, Sarah Wong
Co-produced by Vancouver Poetry House and Dumb Instrument Dance
Duration of Performance: 2 hrs
Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.zeffy.com/en-CA/ticketing/89c87037-303f-4aab-ac10-347aed475df1
Gathering in community on the unceded, ancestral, occupied territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations.
Join in an evening of interactive poetry produced in partnership with Vancouver Poetry House featuring local artists, Anjalica Solomon, Johnny Trinh, Christopher Tse and Sarah Wong. Bringing together a diverse group of Asian writers, Tetrad Tongues will be a conversation reflecting on kin, cultural heritage, and intergenerational wisdom. In addition to witnessing the featured writers, audience members will be invited to participate in an exercise to collectively create a poem, allowing an archive of our shared experience of the evening to emerge.
For more information about this show and the artists please visit the ahmm webpage
Here is some general accessibility info, please contact us with questions or requests.
- Masks are strongly recommended during this event in consideration of the presence of immunocompromised artists.
- There are 2 common area entrances to the building. The front entrance has one flight of stairs. The back entrance provides access to the elevator. If you require elevator access, please contact us once you’ve purchased your ticket and we will meet you at the door to let you in and support. The back entrance is in the parking lot behind 910 Richards, cornering Smithe.
- There is one wheelchair accessible and one gender neutral washroom.
- We request that people do not wear scents and we provide scent free soap in washrooms.
- If you would like to request ASL support, please communicate with two week’s advance notice and we will do our best to accommodate.