Showing posts with label Arts Court. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Arts Court. Show all posts

Sunday, October 13, 2013


A B Series Presents

A Reading and Performance by founding member of the Four Horsemen, author of more than thirty books and current David Gray Professor of Poetry and Letters at SUNY Buffalo:


October 19, 2013

Arts Court
2nd Floor
2 Daly Avenue
Ottawa, Ont.

A hat will be passed.

More info:

Steve McCaffery is the author of more than 35 books  and chapbooks of poetry and criticism, most recently The Darkness of the Present (University of Alabama Press, 2012).  Twice nominated for the Governor General’s Award, his many titles include: Paradigm of the Tinctures with illustrations by Alan Halsey (New York: Granary Books) and Slightly Left of Thinking. Poems and Postcognitions (Tucson: Chax Press). He teaches at the State University of New York at Buffalo where he is David Gray Professor of Poetry and Letters and Director of the UB Poetics Program.

Saturday, November 17, 2012



On November 21 at Arts Court Theatre, join us for a multimedia extravaganza featuring the Canadian premiere of Budapest artist, KATALIN LADIKPresented by A B Series, Ladik comes direct from Hungary for this exclusive engagement. Her performance will incorporate voice, multimedia and on-stage action.

GERRY SHIKATANI, Canadian innovator of multimedia poetry, joins Ladik on the program. Shikatani screens excerpts from his film, 'Kokoro is for Heart' as part of the event.

Weds, November 21, 2012

Arts Court Theatre
2 Daly Avenue
Ottawa, Ont.

Tickets available through the Arts Court box office in person at 2 Daly Avenue, by phone at 613 564 7240 and online at

A polymath artist accomplished in theatrical, literary and visual disciplines, Katalin Ladik’s appearances incorporate voice, multimedia and on-stage action. Author of more than twenty poetry collections, Ladik’s work has been translated into a dozen languages. She is the winner of numerous awards including the bestowal this year of the Laurel Wreath of Hungary. Since her ground-breaking performance at the 10th International Festival of Sound Poetry in Amsterdam in 1977, she has been at the forefront of Europe’s vibrant sound-poetry scene. 

Gerry Shikatani’s most recent poetry collection, The Port's Seasonal Rental, was published last year by Mercury Press/Teksteditions. Shikatani’s diverse writing projects include poetry, prose, text-sound performance, concrete poetry as well as collaboration in experimental film. His journalism has involved sports, travel and international culinary criticism.


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