Workshops

Please be aware that due to Covid 19, all WAPI workshops are temporarily suspended until further notice.

 

WA Poets Inc workshops are specifically tailored to suit all levels of ability and are a great way to improve poetic writing. Please bring your writing materials to the workshop.

Weaving Multiple Art Forms / Multi-media into Poetry

Saturday, 28th March. 2020
10.30am-12.30pm
WA Poets Inc
Level 2, Room 33. Bon Marche Arcade
80 Barrack St. Perth

Places are limited and bookings are essential, to book click here
Regular Ticket $25
WAPI member/Concession $20
(all ticket prices plus booking fee)

 

Are you interested in adding a further dimension to your poetry?

In this workshop, we will look at examples of how writers, both traditional and contemporary;

  • have included multiple art forms / multi-media in their work: painting, photography, cinema, television, facebook, etc.
  • we shall discuss the effects, and ways in which it can add depth and interest to the work.

There will be writing exercises to implement these ideas.

Please bring writing materials and your imagination, and feel free to have some fun and write on the wild side.

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Carolyn Abbs grew up in the south of England, and now lives in South Fremantle, Western Australia. She has published poems in journals and anthologies such as Westerly, Cordite, Rabbit, Writ Poetry Review, The Best Australian Poems 2014, Australian Poetry Journal; a series of poems, ‘Different Hemispheres’, in Axon: Creative Explorations (2015); and in Australian Book Review, print, online, and a recording, as part of the ‘States of Poetry Project’ (2016). Carolyn was Highly Commended in the Dorothy Hewett Award for an Unpublished Manuscript (2016). The Tiny Museums is her first collection of poetry, UWA Publishing (2017).

Places are limited and bookings are essential, to book click here
Regular Ticket $25
WAPI member/Concession $20
(all ticket prices plus booking fee)