International and critically acclaimed poet Alice McCullough curates a new edition of first class contemporary poetry for our favourite on-street audio installation, Poetry Jukebox. This edition, drawn from a world-wide call for submissions, features the work of renowned poets who also self-identify as disabled.
In 2017, Belfast International Arts Festival launched the very first Poetry Jukebox on the island of Ireland. This latest edition of the Jukebox integrates specific features to enhance access for those with hearing impairment and people who use wheelchairs.
Located at CS Lewis Square this permanent installation of poems will be available 24 hours a day.
Supported by Arts Council of Northern Ireland, from National Lottery funds, Department for Communities, and Belfast City Council.