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Midnight swan haiku
Bib ID 8062347
Format BookBook [text, sheet]
Description [Canberra] : UC Defence ARRTS, 2019 
1 sheet ; 21 x 51 cm (accordion folded to 21 x 13 cm) 
Summary

A keepsake collection of six 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. This four-week residential program is held twice a year, during May/June and November. The ‘2019.1’ indicates this sheet was produced in the first session of the year. The ARRTS 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. The poems were set in a variety of typefaces and letterpress printed in the ANU Printmedia Book Studio.

Full contents
  • Midnight swan / Craig Krause
  • Rooibos tea / Kathryn Christie
  • Expected silence / Ivan Grant
  • Never stop learning / Melissa Willes
  • Liquid mirrors / Eduardo De Araujo
  • The cows smiled / Kiera Walsh.
 
Notes

Tutors: Caren Florance and Jordan Williams.

Subjects Haiku.  |  Letterpress printing -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Specimens.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Florance, Caren, 1967-  |  Williams, Jordan  |  University of Canberra. Arts for Recovery, Resilience, Teamwork and Skills, issuing body  |  Australian National University. Printmedia Book Studio, issuing body
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520 |aA keepsake collection of six 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. This four-week residential program is held twice a year, during May/June and November. The ‘2019.1’ indicates this sheet was produced in the first session of the year. The ARRTS 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. The poems were set in a variety of typefaces and letterpress printed in the ANU Printmedia Book Studio.
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700 1 |aWilliams, Jordan.
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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