Irish Writers Centre – Annual Spring Open Day

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Irish Writers Centre – Annual Spring Open Day

Irish Writers Centre, Saturday 26th January 2019

Save the date! Join the Irish Writers Centre for free workshops, tours of the building and lots of information on who they are and what they do! Here is just some of what will be on offer:

  • Free prose and poetry creative writing classes
  • Professional Development Information Session
  • Tours of the building
  • Novel Fair Information Session
  • Join in with the Inkslingers and New Irish Communities, the open creative writing groups that meet on Saturdays at the Irish Writers Centre
  • Free teas, coffees, cakes and biscuits

Timetable: 

From 11.00am: Welcome! Tea, coffee, biscuits, cake and tours of the building from 2pm.

11.00 – 11.45: New Irish Communities with Mark Granier 
Get a taster of this open creative writing group for non-native English speakers who come together every Saturday during seasonal terms throughout the year.
Attendees are invited to sign up to this free course in advance – Register.

12.00 – 12.45: Writing Taster with Niamh Boyce
Attendees are invited to sign up to this free course in advance – Register.

13.00 – 13.45: Writing Taster with Cethan Leahy
Attendees are invited to sign up to this free course in advance – Register.

13.30 – 15.00: Inkslingers Open Writing Group
The Inkslingers welcome newcomers interested in what happens at a writing group.
No need to sign up in advance – the group welcomes walk-ins.

14.00 – 15.00: Novel Fair Information Session
This will be a 30-45 minute session with time allowed afterwards for Q&A.
Attendees are invited to sign up to this free session in advance – Register.

15.00 – 15.30: Presentation on Professional Development with Valerie Bistany of the Irish Writers Centre
Attendees are invited to sign up to this free session in advance – Register.


Date:
Saturday 26th January 2019
Time:
11.00am - 3.30pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
Irish Writers Centre, Parnell Square North, Rotunda, Dublin 1, Ireland

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