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Writing in Space with Day Mattar

Join poet Day Mattar for this special one-day writing workshop, responding to the architecture and exhibitions at FACT.

FACT Liverpool
88 Wood Street
L1 4DQ
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Poet and performer Day Mattar invites writers, both aspiring and experienced, to join them for this special one-day workshop that considers how we might write in response to different physical contexts, using the architecture and exhibitions at FACT as inspiration.

The workshop is structured around the body's responses to different kinds of spaces and experiences, and by the end, you will have written a short poem that you can share with other attendees.

Attendees will have the opportunity to explore Studio/Lab, FACT's new space for artists to make art and experiment with the latest technology.


11:00-12:00: The morning session will focus on different writing approaches.

13:00-14:00: Break for 1 hour for lunch (not provided).

14:00-16:00: Exploration and individual writing

16:00-17:00: Sharing and feedback


Day asks you to consider the following questions:

1. How would you describe your creative practice and the subject you write about?

2. What is your relationship to poetry?

3. What is your relationship to galleries?


Day Mattar is a queer poet and performer from Liverpool. They are the co-founder of Queer Bodies Poetry Collective, and facilitate poetry workshops with various art organisations, including the University of Liverpool, First Take, and Heart of Glass. Day has been the Poet in Residence at FACT, Writers&Scribez and EAT ME. Their poetry pamphlet, Springing from the Pews, was published by Broken Sleep Books.

Day Mattar is Creative Future's Liverpool 2023 Regional Writer in Residence.

Day Mattar

Courtesy of Day Mattar.

This event is supported by Creative Future.

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