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Law and creativity in a pandemic: a time of remarkable flourishing
A panel of artists and poets discuss how lockdown restrictions proved to be a unique source of creative inspiration and connection. Wed 24th November 2021, 6pm-7pm (online).
This free public event features short presentations from Cheryl Moskowitz (US born poet, educator and creative translator), Jenny Elliott (Chief Executive Officer and Artistic Director of Arts Care, 2011-2021), and Laila Sumpton (poet, educator and performer). It is organised and chaired by David Gurnham and Haris Psarras (School of Law, University of Southampton), as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences.
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Cheryl Moskowitz is a US born poet, educator and creative translator with a background in theatre and psychoanalysis. She is the author of several plays, two poetry collections and a novel. For 14 years she taught on the Creative Writing and Personal Development MA at Sussex University, was an external supervisor for arts therapies in forensics and regularly runs writing projects in the community.