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Masterclass - Creative Writing

Julia Calver

6 - 20 August 2014

6, 13 & 20 August

Join artist and writer Julia Calver to consider writing as a process of investigation, speculation and thinking, seeking the qualities of things and thoughts. Working with short prose as our form, we will be experimenting with technique and style.

This workshop will focus your writing on the forms between poetry and fiction in non-narrative, descriptive short texts. Reading other writers of short works we will address the relation of texts to contexts, such as the book and the collection, and find satisfaction in honing and completing our own works.

This course is suitable for beginners and those seeking new techniques to refresh their practice. Participants will create a series of short writings which they can share with the group, find new ways of thinking about their practice and leave with new writing strategies.

Tutor: Julia Calver
Julia is an artist and writer based in London. She has run writing workshops at the Royal College of Art and the Slade School of Fine Art. She reads regularly in London and has made works for radio alongside performance and publication. Her text ‘_’ was commissioned by LemonMelon for the series ‘Lemonade everything was so infinite.’ and she is included in ‘It’s Moving From I to It’, commissioned and edited by FormContent. Her first collection of writings will be published by Copy Press 2014.

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Eligible Concessions and Refund Policy
Full time students with NUS cards; in receipt of housing and council tax benefits, income support, job seekers allowance, a state pension; registered disabled. Please bring evidence of your concessionary status and show it to the Bookshop staff on the first day of your course. Please note that bookings are non-transferable and non-refundable unless the course is cancelled by the Centre.

Please bring a copy of your confirmation email and proof of concession with you on the first day of your course.

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