My head is still reeling after attending one of the most exciting arts events I’ve ever been invited to. There were children’s theatre entrepreneurs, people who stage symphonies in unusual locations, innovative jewellery designers and the creator of the world’s first sustainable fabric made from pineapple leaves, Pinatex. A truly inspiring celebration of young people in the arts. And not only was I wined and fed with delicious canapés, I came home with a cheque for £1000, as a shortlisted candidate for the Arts Foundation 2016 fellowship in literary translation. I’m delighted that the fellowship was awarded to, IMHO, the most deserving of the 5 of us on the shortlist, the amazing Deborah Smith: scholar of Korean literature, award-winning translator and founder of the radical publishing house Tilted Axis Press. Thank you to the Arts Foundation and to Alexandra who nominated me.
Wow! congratulations Ruth! Brillliant and well deserved! Love to you all, Lesley On Fri, 13 Jan 2017 at 11:32, Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp wrote:
> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp posted: “My head is still reeling after attending one > of the most exciting arts events I’ve ever been invited to. There were > children’s theatre entrepreneurs, props who stage symphonies in unusual > locations, innovative jewellery designers and the creator of the wo” > > > > > > > > > >
Thank you. This was a post I wrote a year ago and then never actually posted for some reason. I’m finding all sorts of things in my drafts folder that I was too shy or too busy to post!
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