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Monday Night Creative Writing Classes


Mon 6 Jun 2016, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: The Sandpit, 148A Barkly Street, St Kilda East, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Per class: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: thesandpitstkilda

Foundation Series 4 – the next series of our popular Monday Night Creative Writing Classes.

Bookings are essential.

"I just wanted to say thank you so much for everything and that you have truly inspired me to go on further in what I truly love. It's been eye opening for me, and you've made me believe I'm more than what I was." – Participant, Monday Night Creative Writing Classes, Foundation Series 1

You may be a budding author or playwright. You may be a communications professional responsible for copywriting, or content for proposals and related marketing and business development material. Or you may simply want to be a more confident communicator.

Over three consecutive Monday nights (6th, 13th and 20th of June) we will explore the foundations of creative writing and help you unlock your creativity. Please note: Attendance at all three Monday night classes is recommended but not compulsory. However, if you have not attended either of the first two classes in the foundation series, you are unable to attend the third class.

Class requirements: Your imagination, a favourite book, an A4 spiral bound notebook, and a black, a red and a blue pen. Please leave your iPads, Tablets and Laptops at home.

Bookings are essential, and no door sales are available.

What have some of the Monday Night Creative Writing Class participants said?

"The workshop made creativity easy".

"Geoffrey removed the blocks we set up for ourselves that stop us from doing what we want to do".

"It was great looking around the room full of people so happy to see themselves as writers, with new tools and perspectives, and lots of blocks removed".

"At first I felt as if I wasn't taking anything in, but by the end of the second class, without even realising it, I’ve written an outline for a story. Just like that! I’m already starting to think about where this story can go".

"I’ve really enjoyed these classes and meeting other aspiring writers. I am looking forward to building more skills for my writing toolkit".

Class Leader: Geoffrey Williams, Artistic Director, The Laneway Artspace

Geoffrey has written plays, screenplays, newspaper articles, film and theatre reviews, speeches, political campaigns, strategies, marketing material, media releases, and what feels like more than 250,000 emails. He has worked with award-winning filmmakers in script and story development, and has edited over 200 journals, reports, papers and abstracts for his Higher Education visual communication clients.

Geoffrey was also the Film Writer for the West Australian Newspaper Group for six years, and was one of the Melbourne-based Theatre Reviewers for Stage Whispers magazine. He was the Editor and Journalist at Sydney’s The Pink Broad newspaper and homo magazine, and he also taught the creative writing stream to Marriage Celebrants training at South Yarra’s Modern Institute of Learning and Education.