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Workshop
Sun 7 Oct 2018 12:30-16:00 at Event Space, Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed


Dare to Write Library on Film

Two fantastic facilitators will run a Dare to Write Library workshop for a small group of eight young budding writers. Videographer and studio resident Jon Aitken will be there to film the fun atmosphere.

Hosted by

Lily Green

Combining workshops, making books + making podcasts to co-produce multimedia literature + events with frequently underrepresented voices

Jon Aitken

Filmmaker and photographer.

The Dare to Write Library is a workshop that combines storytelling, writing and digital publishing. It's the perfect start or boost to a young person's writing journey. 

Studio residents Jon Aitken and Lily Green are creating a set of videos for Paper Nations* about the workshop and invite parents and their enthusiastic and energetic children to have a go at the Dare to Write Library and feature in the films. 

These videos are being made to encourage and inspire:

1. young people to write in their spare time
2. local parents or creatives to train to deliver the workshop in their neighbourhood
3. schools, libraries, festivals, universities to commission these workshops

So simply come and enjoy the workshop and bring your best smile!

More info + RSVP | To receive further details as to how these videos will be used, and to attend, please contact Lily Green at l.green@bathspa.ac.uk or 07724182433 by noon on Friday 5th October.

*What is Paper Nations? | Paper Nations is a creative writing partnership initiative housed within TRACE, one of Bath Spa University’s strategic research centres. The programme’s Chief Ambassador is the critically acclaimed children’s writer, David Almond.


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