TVA Winter 2012 Newsletter

Launch Text To Speech Here is a poem to set the seasonal tone: ‘Winter Trees’ by William Carlos Williams All the complicated details of the attiring and the disattiring are completed! A liquid moon moves gently among the long branches. Thus having prepared their buds against a sure winter the wise trees stand sleeping in

Posted on 03/10/2012

TVA Autumn 2012 Newletter

Launch Text To Speech This is an eventful time for TVA – as always, we have all sorts of projects going on with all sorts of participants and partners, all sorts of potential projects cooking up with all sorts of potential partners, and altogether too much use of the percussive ‘p’…. Read more:

Posted on 28/09/2012

TVA Summer 2012 Newletter

Launch Text To Speech At the time of writing this, we are in a prolonged late spring-time wet spell, following the prolonged cold spell of the winter, following the prolonged dull spell of last summer and all of it meaning I’m not getting good value out of my sandals…. of which more later. Read More

Posted on 14/06/2012

TVA Spring 2012 Newletter

Launch Text To Speech 2012 is going to be a year of celebration and challenge; the celebration will be because of our 30th birthday – very grown up indeed! The organisation was founded as Cleveland Arts in September 1982, and we must congratulate ourselves on reaching this great age with only a few bodies buried

Posted on 13/03/2012

TVA Winter 2011 Newletter

Launch Text To Speech I’ll start off by setting a suitably wintry tone: I recently came across this poem by Nuyorican poet Joseph Pacheco – ‘Cold winter morn in Florida’ – For blood grown thin forty Fahrenheit is Siberia – breezes suddenly blue and brittle shiver the citrus leaves – a birdsong bleak and off

Posted on 16/12/2011

TVA Autumn 2011 Newsletter

TVA 2011 Autumn Newsletter

Launch Text To SpeechAt the time of writing this, we are just about to enter August, which will obviously be blazing hot, with knockout blue skies and the air will be loud with the buzzing of pollen-laden bees, even on Borough Road. This is the time of Lammas or Lughnasa, the festival of the wheat

Posted on 28/09/2011