‘Afterka’ (is Polish for after-party)

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An immense thank you to everybody who came to experience Snow Q our collaborative installation at the Regency Town House Annexe on December 21, 2018!  We were thrilled to share our work with you.  Thank you also for writing your thoughtful and very encouraging feedback on the backs of ‘fish’ – the way that in Hans Christian Andersen’s Snow Queen story the old woman of Lapland and the Finnish woman communicate with one another, writing on fish and then, having read the message, add the fish to a stew. We are still processing everything at the moment but hope to share some fish with you before long.

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Is it all over? We certainly hope not! We are delighted to have freelance documentary film-maker Rosie Powell putting together a short film of highlights from the installation which we will be posting soon. Meanwhile Dagmara and Wendy, our visual team extraordinaire, will be giving an artists’ talk about Snow Q at the Phoenix Gallery in Brighton on Monday January 14th. All welcome!

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  1. Pingback: Snow Q: ‘Afterka’ (is Polish for after-party) by Maria Jastrzębska | European Literature Network

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