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Small Pleasures Project: Online Poetry and Art Anthology

As part of its online Small Pleasures Project, DINA has commissioned 10 poets and 10 artists to produce new work stemming from the theme of small pleasures during lockdown. The anthology is a brilliant and moving collection of words, videos, ceramic works, paintings, illustrations and more, shining a little light on a variety of small pleasures.

Click here to view the Small Pleasures Project Anthology.

Poets:
Genevieve Carver, Joey Connolly, Nadia Emam, Suzannah Evans, Tashinga Matewe, Otis Mensah, Vicky Morris, Sez Thomasin, Ben Wilkinson and Warda Yassin.

Artists:
Chris Alton & Emily Simpson, Becca Brown, Jessica Jane Charlston, Tomekah George, Simon Green, Kirsteen Hardie, Aliyah Hussain, Will Kendrick, John Molesworth and Alex Sickling.

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