Creative Writing Workshops
This workshop is an invaluable resource for any writer, from those who are new to the craft to those who have already been published. Join the class to produce some work that you'll be proud of and develop a style that is truly you. We'll do writing exercises to get your creative juices flowing, and study a range of literary forms spanning poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Get the real benefit from this workshop –feedback from an experienced tutor and alternative perspectives from supportive peers. If you've ever considered becoming a writer, this course is for you. So sign up, get busy and start writing!
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Alana Kelsall is a published poet and short story writer who is currently working on a novel about the five years she spent in Japan. She has taught poetry at the CAE and facilitated creative writing workshops for several Neighbourhood Houses. In 2010/11 she was shortlisted for the Newcastle Poetry Prize and specially commended in the Welsh Poetry Competition. She lives in Pascoe Vale and volunteers as an interviewer to record local stories.
Term 2: 1st May-26th June Duration: 2 Hours per session
- Produce some work that you'll be proud of and develop a style that is truly you
- Writing exercises to get your creative juices flowing, and study a range of literary forms spanning poetry, fiction and nonfiction
- Learn various tips for a complete learning experience
- Guidance and inspiration
- Your enthusiasm!
Vendor since 2016
Brunswick Neighbourhood House is a place to learn, be creative and have fun. Brush up on your own professional skills by taking one of our classes. And if you just need some time off from it all, join our wellbeing and recreation activities.
But that's not all we have to offer. At BNH you can find affordable and dependable childcare or get the little ones active and nourish their creativity by enrolling them in our music program. At each site we have a space for hire that's great for birthdays, special events and cultural celebrations. And at BNH, you can find out about the community happenings that interest you.
We are a not-for-profit community centre where local people from all walks of life can find opportunities and support. We receive most of our funding from government grants and rely on the generous hard work of our volunteers.
Brunswick Neighbourhood House ( BNH) reserves the right to cancel workshops due to insufficient numbers.
If we cancel the workshop you will be entitled to a 100% refund, or you may choose to transfer to another workshop/course with BNN, subject to availability.
If you decide to withdraw 7 or more days prior to the workshop date BNH will retain a 10% administration fee.If you decide to withdraw less than 7 days prior to the workshop date BNH will retain 100% of your workshop fee.