Antosh Wojcik is a poet, sound artist, drummer and member of the FWRDMTN creative house. His cross-disciplinary performance piece, How To Keep Time: A Drum Solo for Dementia, was commissioned by Penned in the Margins and toured the UK & internationally in 2019. He led the poetry and sound course ‘Soundtext’, for The Poetry School, 2020, which prompted writers to fuse text and sound making principles in their work. His writing has appeared in anthologies published by Bad Betty Press, Colliding Lines and Nine Arches Press.
He regularly facilitates writing and performance workshops. He is an educational resource consultant and facilitator for Young City Poets, a National Literacy Trust poetry and education programme. In 2019, he was lead poet for Bold Words at The National Poetry Library, a poetry course for writers with dementia and their carers. He also facilitated as part of ‘Memories of London’ a poetry & exhibition response project with Museum of London, in care homes and day centres. In association with ArtfulScribe, He has led Mayflower Creative Writers and mentored on the Calling the Shots and BBC development programme, New Creatives since 2020.
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