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Gingko Lake
Bib ID 7386651
Format BookBook [text, sheet]
Description [Canberra] : UC Defence ARRTS, ANU Printmedia Book Studio, & Jordan Williams, Caren Florance, 2017 
1 sheet ; 14 x 76 cm (accordion folded to 12 x 13 cm) 
Summary

A keepsake collection of five haiku poems, written and printed during an ADF (Australian Defence Force) Arts for Recovery, Resilience, Teamwork and Skills (ARRTS) program, delivered in partnership with the University of Canberra, from 31 May - 1 June 2017. This creative arts program is aimed at supporting the recovery and improving the health and wellbeing of service personnel, assisted by professional artists and creative writers from the University of Canberra, such as Owen Bullock, Jordan Williams and Caren Florance. The poems were set in a variety of typefaces and letterpress printed in the ANU Printmedia Book Studio. The authors have signed their names on the back cover.

Full contents
  • An otter plays in the reeds / Bec Lally
  • A bobbing swan / Brendan Wragnell
  • Under the pines / Owen Bullock
  • Straight road / Sarah Vanderpeer
  • Scents of grass / Patrick Bruce.
 
Subjects Haiku.  |  Letterpress printing -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Specimens.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Williams, Jordan  |  Florance, Caren, 1967-  |  Bullock, Owen, 1967-  |  University of Canberra. Arts for Recovery, Resilience, Teamwork and Skills, issuing body  |  Australian National University. Printmedia Book Studio, issuing body
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245 0 0 |aGingko Lake.
264 1 |a[Canberra] :|bUC Defence ARRTS, ANU Printmedia Book Studio, & Jordan Williams, Caren Florance,|c2017.
300 |a1 sheet ;|c14 x 76 cm (accordion folded to 12 x 13 cm)
336 |atext|2rdacontent
337 |aunmediated|2rdamedia
338 |asheet|2rdacarrier
505 0 0 |tAn otter plays in the reeds /|rBec Lally --|tA bobbing swan /|rBrendan Wragnell --|tUnder the pines /|rOwen Bullock --|tStraight road /|rSarah Vanderpeer --|tScents of grass /|rPatrick Bruce.
520 |aA keepsake collection of five haiku poems, written and printed during an ADF (Australian Defence Force) Arts for Recovery, Resilience, Teamwork and Skills (ARRTS) program, delivered in partnership with the University of Canberra, from 31 May - 1 June 2017. This creative arts program is aimed at supporting the recovery and improving the health and wellbeing of service personnel, assisted by professional artists and creative writers from the University of Canberra, such as Owen Bullock, Jordan Williams and Caren Florance. The poems were set in a variety of typefaces and letterpress printed in the ANU Printmedia Book Studio. The authors have signed their names on the back cover.
650 0 |aHaiku.
650 0 |aLetterpress printing|zAustralian Capital Territory|zCanberra|vSpecimens.
653 |aAustralian
700 1 |aWilliams, Jordan.
700 1 |aFlorance, Caren,|d1967-
700 1 |aBullock, Owen,|d1967-
710 2 |aUniversity of Canberra.|bArts for Recovery, Resilience, Teamwork and Skills,|eissuing body.
710 2 |aAustralian National University.|bPrintmedia Book Studio,|eissuing body.
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