Noctis, Old Hairdressers, Sunday 12 April, 2015
Come gather around the camp fire kids, it’s story time . . .
Black Opal Arts presents NOCTIS, a night of celebration for all things horror. There will be artwork to admire, stories to hear and cake to eat.
Upstairs, The Old Hairdressers, 20 – 28 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Black Opal Arts
Black Opal Arts is a platform for writers and artists to express the darker side of their craft.
They are Black Opal Arts looking for submissions of fiction, poetry and artwork for the event on 12 April.. Submission deadline 1st April. Send to: email@example.com
Selected pieces will be presented at the exhibition in April 2015. Writers will be asked to read or perform their submissions and artists will have the opportunity to talk about theirs.
From H. R. Giger to Stephen King, from childhood phobias to everyday horrors – whatever inspires you – Black Opal Arts are hungry for your most terrifying renditions .
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