Welcome to the official website of Sharena Lee Satti. As a prolific Poet, their mission in life is to tell poetic stories of all kinds and to share her love of poetry. She has lead many workshops in Schools and at events encouraging and supporting people to express their truth and creativity through this expressive art.
With Sharena Lee Satti
Sharena Lee Satti has facilitated workshops for many events, organisations and schools. Such as "Bradford Literature Festival, Sangam festival and many more.
BRADFORD LITERATURE FESTIVAL
We were delighted to have Sharena Lee Satti as one of the poets for our 2018 Composers and Poets Forum, the seventh of these projects, which bring together student composers from the national conservatoires and White Rose universities and poets recruited mostly locally to form new creative partnerships. Over the course of some 6 months, the partners collaborate to produce new songs which are then workshopped during the Leeds Lieder Festival with a panel of professional musicians and poets before being premièred at a public Showcase later in the day. Writing for the voice presents many challenges and many of the composers and poets have never written for the voice before, but we are always hugely impressed with the energy, creativity and imagination which they bring to the work. Sharena’s song for the project, “Trapped”, written with London-based composer Clare Elton, and inspired by conversations with people suffering from the isolation and loneliness of homelessness, was a wonderful example of this, and a most valuable contribution to the success of the project. We wish her every success in the future.
Kathleen Evans, Chairman, Leeds Lieder
ARTS OF LIFE
Poetry and Spoken Word Event + Joan Day Painting Bursary Exhibition at The South Square centre
Sharena Lee Satti hosted her event "Arts of Life" at The South Square Centre in Thornton Bradford. It's very first open mic spoken word and poetry event. Which also seen her poem "Untroubled Landscape" hand written on the walls of The South Square Centre to showcase how the Bronte sisters once shared their poetry
A film featuring spoken word by Sharena Lee Satti and dance by members of Dance United Yorkshire's Gradient Company. It was produced as part of the Weaving the Future exhibition, a multi-media celebration of modern day textiles produced by Tim Smith, commissioned by the Saltaire Festival and first shown at Salts Mill during Sept. & Oct. 2019. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
The birth of a new project 'SPOKE' What is Spoke? A non-profit organisation looking to raise the profile of spoken word and provide opportunities for people of all ages and walks of life to experience the world of spoken word poetry.
MIKAC COMMISSIONED POEM / MC EVENT
Sharena Lee Satti has worked with MKIAC extensively over the last year from writing commissioned poetry pieces to hosting MKIAC's online poetry event.
MKIAC, aims to enrich lives through art and culture and have been bringing people from diverse local communities together through a wide range of high-quality shared arts experiences for over a decade, prompted by the 9/11 attacks. They believe that art can transcend religion, politics and race, it can empower individuals and can benefit the community.
POETRY ON THE PARK BENCH
Her words are inscribed onto park benches, for her love for poetry and nature is evident.
Sharena Lee Satti was invited to contribute her voice to this incredible book "AMPlify" She is really pleased to have made a small contribution to this incredible book. Contributing to the part of Arts and Health in Westyorkshire. Which is incredibly important to her. As an artist, a poet and experiencing first hand at how art can really have a positive impact on ones health.
She really enjoyed being part of these conversations and looks forward to contributing and collaborating on more artist led projects that promote and aid in positive health and well-being.
LATEST RADIO INTERVIEW WITH RADIASIAN.LONDON
Sharena Lee Sattis latest interview with RadiAsian.London