DUAIS BASHŌ AGUS GUTH NA hÉIGSE

DÉARDAOIN 17 SAMHAIN
Thursday 17 November

SMOCK ALLEY
Exchange Street Lower
Temple Bar 
Dublin 8

11.00am  

DUAIS BASHŌ

HAIKU READING & AWARD PRESENTATION

 

Thug Comórtas Filíochta Duais Haiku Bashō cuireadh do dhaltaí iar-bhunscoile haiku a chumadh, i mBéarla nó i nGaeilge nó go dátheangach, agus a gcuid haiku a chur isteach le haghaidh breithiúnais. Is é an haiku an fhoirm fhileata is giorra ar domhan a tháinig chun cinn sa tSeapáin sa 17ú hAois, cruthaithe ar dtús ag an máistir haiku Bashō. Scríobhtar dánta Haiku i dtrí líne de ghnáth agus tá seacht siolla déag ar a mhéad iontu.

The Duais Haiku Bashō Poetry Competition asked post-primary students to compose a haiku in the English or Irish language or a hybrid and submit their haiku for adjudication by 24 October 2022. The haiku is the shortest poetic form in the world which originated in Japan in the 17th Century, refined and championed by haiku master Bashō. Haiku poems are usually written in three lines and contain a maximum of seventeen syllables. As part of this project, haiku poet Maeve O’Sullivan has been conducting workshops with students throughout the country. Poet and acclaimed haiku doyen Gabriel Rosenstock is adjudicating the entries.

This morning will feature a haiku reading and the announcement of the winners.

Saorched isteach |Free

1.00pm

GUTH NA hÉIGSE

NATIONAL FINAL OF POETRY SPEAKING COMPETITION

Is comórtas píolótach Comórtas Labhartha Filíochta d’Iarbhunscoileanna é Guth na hÉigse, atá bunaithe ar an gComórtas Labhairt Filíochta, Poetry Aloud, a bhfuil an-rath air. Chuir Leabharlann Náisiúnta na hÉireann agus Éigse Éireann tús le Poetry Aloud in 2007. Tá sé mar aidhm ag Guth na hÉigse mic léinn a spreagadh ar fud oileán na hÉireann chun dánta Gaeilge a fhoghlaim de ghlanmheabhair agus ansin na dánta a rá os ard ag babhtaí ceannais, cluichí ceannais réigiúnacha agus ag craobh náisiúnta a bheidh ar siúl inniu i Smock Alley.

Guth na hÉigse is a pilot Poetry Speaking Competition for Post-Primary Schools, based on the successful and well-established Poetry Aloud Poetry Speaking Competition initiated by the National Library of Ireland and Poetry Ireland in 2007. Guth na hÉigse aims to encourage students throughout the island of Ireland to commit Irish language poems to memory and then speak the poems aloud at heats, regional finals and at the national final that takes place today in Smock Alley.

Saorched isteach |Free

Gabriel Rosenstock

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