2 September 2015
The Nebula Express
In conjunction with Arts Access Victoria and supported by the Writers’ Victoria Write-ability Program, Express Media are proud to present an accessible Microfiction Workshop for young people aged 18 – 25.
Nebula is an inclusive and accessible project space that travels around Australia as an unassuming grey box. However, once on-site, Nebula unfolds and expands, metamorphosing into a colourful and inviting exhibition space, seminar room, and performing arts venue. It is a real life Room of Requirement, designed to accommodate the needs of artists and creatives working with disability.
Aspiring writers with disability are invited to take part in an Express Media Microfiction Workshop as Nebula takes up residence in City Square during the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Over the course of the two hour session, participants will learn how to craft their own bite-sized marvels with Melbourne-based writer and editor, Emily Laidlaw.
What: Microfiction Workshop
When: 19th of September, 1 – 3pm
Where: City Square, Swanston Street, Melbourne CBD
Cost: Free – however bookings are essential
Note: This is an accessible workshop for young writers with disability. Please indicate whether you have any specific access requirements at the time of booking.
For all enquiries, contact Pippa Bainbridge at firstname.lastname@example.org or on (03) 9094 7886