PEOPLE WHO WORK: A Creative Writing Workshop with Brian Whittingham 20 September, 2016
PEOPLE WHO WORK: A Creative Writing Workshop with Brian Whittingham
Spend the day learning and writing about what ‘Clydebuilt’ means amidst the shipbuilding heritage at the former working world of the Titan Crane.
Titan Enterprise Office and Titan Crane: http://www.titanclydebank.com/get-directions.aspx
Tuesday 20th September 2016
10:00 – 12:00: Presentation and seminar on the working history of Clydebank with film extracts, fiction, and poetry
12:00 – 13:00: Lunch (Clydebank College cafe possibly available if in session)
13:00 – 13:45: Crane visit
13:45 – 15:45: Creative Writing session
Attendees are only required to bring their own writing materials (and possibly lunch). Attendees can take photographs from the crane which will be accessed by lift.
Places limited – first come first serve
Cost: £18.50 to be paid to confirm attendance by 9th September 2016.
Please email Samuel Tongue to confirm interest and request payment details.
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