Big opportunities aren’t just for those peddling their pens in the big smoke. Young writers from across Australia can apply for Toolkits – a series of intensive, craft-specific online writing programs.
Toolkits is a rigorous 12-week program for writers aged 30 and under to develop their skills in a unique and exciting online environment. Each program includes one-on-one mentoring and feedback from an established writer, specialised presentations from guest artists and the opportunity to network with other young people working in the same literary form.
MARCH 12th – MAY 28th
Toolkits: Graphic Narratives
APRIL 3 — JUNE 19
APRIL 18th – JULY 4th
Applications to Toolkits are open to all young writers, including high school students, regardless of level of written experience. Young people living in outer-metropolitan, regional and remote areas of Australia are encouraged to apply.
Applications to Toolkits are free for Express Media members. If you’re not already a member, you can sign up here.
Learn from some of the best working writers in the country as Express Media presents Toolkits Live.
Join participants in these livestreamed, online sessions and take part in the conversation as these incredible writers share their specialised interests and writing practice.
Our 2019 facilitators and guest artists include: Zoya Patel, Mira Schlosberg, Jennifer Down, Jamie Marina Lau, Rachel Ang, Eloise Grills, Carly Finlay, Jesse Cole, Alison Evans, Alice Chipkin, Tava Tavassoli!
You can stream past Toolkits sessions anytime you want!
Express Media is committed to access, so if you would like to sign up and are experiencing financial hardship, please contact us via email@example.com to be awarded one of our sponsored memberships.
The only other things you’ll need are motivation and internet connection, so don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to refine your craft and be mentored by some of Australia’s best literary talent.
Toolkits is generously supported by the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund.
Toolkits: Live is presented by Express Media in partnership with Regional Arts Victoria as part of the Arts Connect Series funded by the Federal Government’s Regional Arts Fund.