Workshops

Here’s your chance to connect with other writers and workshop your skills and techniques together.

The CWC Student Writing Workshops are run by a student coordinator and student volunteers on the Curtin University Bentley Campus. These peer-to-peer workshops are an excellent opportunity for CWC members to collaborate and build on their writing skills and techniques that will assist you no matter which degree you are studying. In each workshop you will also can also practice giving constructive criticism and feedback, which will help both you and your peers to become better writers and editors.

Here’s our program for 2017 Semester 1, week-by-week:

Each workshop will be run twice with different exercises each time. If you are a member, you are welcome to attend as many as you like. If you are not yet a member, you can attend one lesson for free, but any subsequent lessons will require a gold-coin donation (or a membership).

Week Tuesdays (3 pm – 3:45 pm)
Fridays (11 am – 11:45 pm)
1 28 Feb
Main Café
3 Mar
Room 201 713 FF
2 7 Mar
Room 201 711 FF
10 Mar
Room 201 713 FF
3 14 Mar
Room 201 711 FF
17 Mar
Room 201 713 FF
4 21 Mar
Room 201.419:FF
24 Mar
Room 201.420:FF
5 28 Mar
Room 201.419:FF
31 Mar
Room 201.420:FF
6 4 Apr
Room 201.419:FF
7 Apr
Room 201.420:FF
7 11 Apr (Tuition free) 14 Apr (Tuition free)
8 18 Apr (Tuition free) 21 Apr (Tuition free)
9 PUBLIC HOLIDAY 28 Apr
Room 201.420:FF
10 2 May
Room 201.419:FF
5 May
Room 201.420:FF
11 9 May
Room 201.419:FF
12 May
Room 201.420:FF
12 16 May
Room 201.419:FF
19 May
Room 201.420:FF
13 23 May
Room 201.419:FF
26 May
Room 201.420:FF
14 30 May
Room 201.419:FF
2 Jun
Room 201.420:FF

If you miss a workshop, you can collect the content from our website. Every week’s content/worksheets will be uploaded on Friday after the workshop.


Workshop Materials


Meet our workshop coordinator

kathleen

Kathleen Knight – Workshop Coordinator
I had a whole career in business before I realised that I absolutely love writing and storytelling. This is the third year of my Bachelor of Arts (Humanities) degree doing the double major of Professional Writing and Publishing, and Creative Writing. These streams allow me to tap into my skills, knowledge, and experience and to let my imagination run wild. Being involved with the club’s writing workshops and feedback circles also feeds my need to share knowledge. I’ve had short stories published and will soon have a poem published in the Curtin/Aberdeen University Edge-To-Edge Anthology.


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