100 Thousand Poets for Change World Conference June 3rd – June 8th, 2015- Salerno, Italy

We are happy to announce plans for the…

100 Thousand Poets for Change World Conference
June 3 – June 8 2015 in Salerno, Italy!

View video of Salerno created especially for the 100TPC World Conference!


100 TPC organizers from over 30 countries have contacted us to express their interest and enthusiasm in seeing this world conference happen. So, we are working very hard to make it happen!

The 100 Thousand Poets for Change World Conference is an amazing opportunity for us to come together. Finally, we will all be able to sit in one room and discuss our concerns and our dreams for the future of 100 Thousand Poets for Change, as well as share our poetry and activism with organizers from all over the world!

Terri Carrion and Michael Rothenberg co-founders of 100 TPC and regional organizers, 100 TPC Salerno and The Alfonso Gatto Cultural Foundation will be coordinating this 5 day conference consisting of meetings and gatherings for 100TPC organizers, dinners and poetry readings, music events, a day long festival of poetry, dance, art and more, public lectures and workshops, as well as a tour of historic Salerno and a day trip to Pompeii!

atrani_salerno_500Meetings and events will be held at the beautiful Monumental Complex of St. Sofia in the historic center of Salerno. Salerno is a small city in the Campania region (south-western Italy) and is the capital of the province of the same name. It is located on the Gulf of Salerno on the Tyrrhenian Sea. Salerno is the main town close to the famous and beautiful Amalfi Coast.

 

To learn more about the conference & to download an application and other materials:

Visit the 100 TPC World Conference Page!

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