Creative Nonfiction Writing Workshop with Kim Mahood

Kim Mahood is the author of Craft for a Dry Lake, which won several awards for nonfiction including The Age Book of the Year and the NSW Premier’s Award. Her essays are published regularly in journals and collections including the Griffith Review and Best Australian Essays. She is also a practicing artist with work held in state, territory and regional collections. She lives near Canberra, and taught at the ANU School of Art for many years. Kim currently spends several months each year in the Tanami and Great Sandy Desert region, working on projects with Aboriginal traditional owners.

This two day creative nonfiction writing workshop will be held on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th July at The Residency, located in the Alice Springs CBD (next to the post office) on the corner of Hartley and Parsons Sts.

The cost of the workshop is $220 and there are limited places so participants need to be quick. The cost includes morning and afternoon tea and lunch on both days.

This event is part of The Residency Arts Program 2014-2015.

For more information and to book a place, please contact
Tara Leckey
Coordinator (P/T)
Heritage Alice Springs Inc.
Phone: 8953 6073
Email: [email protected]

categories:
Kim Mahood
When:
1920 July 2014
Time:
9:30am – 4:30pm
Where:
The Residency, Corner of Parsons and Hartley Sts, Alice Springs.
Cost:
$220
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