Poetry Jukebox – Request Time – Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe @AriaEipe @EPICMuseumCHQ

Poetry Jukebox is an on-street audio installation of poetry. This poem, Formerly Exotic Fruit is by Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe. It is included on our HUNGERING curation for EPIC Museum in Dublin.

Poetry Jukebox – Request Time – Moyra Donaldson @DonaldsonMoyra @EPICMuseumCHQ

Poetry Jukebox is an on-street audio installation of poetry. This poem, Family Picnic, by Moyra Donaldson, was included in our HUNGERING curation at EPIC Museum in Dublin. Moyra is currently a recipient of a Major Artist Award from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

Poetry Jukebox Request Time – Ruairí de Barra @r_deBarra @EPICMuseumCHQ

Poetry Jukebox is an on-street audio installation of poetry. This poem, Empty, is by Ruairi de Barra.  The poem was included in HUNGERING, poems of hunger and migration, which we curated with Jessica Traynor. It was hosted at EPIC Museum in Dublin. We hope to tour this collection of poems to Centre Culturel Irlandais, when all of this is over!

Poetry Jukebox Request Time – Shannon Kuta Kelly @EPICMuseumCHQ

Poetry Jukebox is an on street audio installation of poetry. This poem, Bucharest 1989 is by Shannon Kuta Kelly. It was part of our HUNGERING curation at EPIC Museum Dublin. This collection of poems was selected with poet Jessica Traynor. It was scheduled to be at Centre Culturel Irlandais – we hope the might happen, ‘ When all of this is over…..’

Poetry Jukebox Request Time – Caroline Bracken @EPICMuseumCHQ

Poetry Jukebox is an on-street audio installation of poetry. This poem, Dublin Brothers & Sisters by Caroline Bracken was part of our HUNGERING curation at EPIC Museum in Dublin in association with Poetry Ireland, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Fáilte Ireland, Dublin Unesco City of Literature with co-curator Jessica Traynor.

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Poetry Jukebox – Request time – Nuala ní Chonchuir/ Nuala O’Connor

Poetry Jukebox puts poetry into Public space. This jukebox is at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast. Next up – This beautiful poem – Famine Inventory by Nuala ní Chochúir/ Nuala O’Connor.  This poem has featured in our Hungering curation, which is about migration and hunger change, was created  for EPIC Museum in Dublin. We still hope to showcase these poems at Centre Culturel Irlandais

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