We run a range of storytelling workshops for young people after school and during school holidays, in community settings, including at libraries and community centres.
Here is a snapshot of some of our recent workshops:
Tasmanian Writers Centre/Commissioner for Children and Young People workshops, Glenorchy LINC – July 2016
Three one-hour workshops with young people aged 5–14. Part of a series of workshops coordinated by the Tasmanian Writers Centre, supporting the Commissioner for Children and Young People Tasmania's Young Creative Writers Awards 2016.
The Big Write, Hobart LINC – September 2015
A drop-in writing workshop with young people aged 13–17. This workshop gave young writers an opportunity to share their work, explore new writing strategies and gain valuable feedback from each other.
Story Snake Adventure, Hobart LINC – January 2015
A collaborative storytelling workshop with children aged 7–11. The group worked together to produce one adventure story, which was displayed as a ‘snake’ on a wall in the children’s section of Hobart LINC.
To find out more about the range of workshops we offer, please get in touch via our contact page.