Workshop

Shared Reading and Writing Workshop with Sarah Lowndes

27 July 2024
1.30-3.30pm

A facilitated reading and creative writing group inspired by the works displayed in SUNLIGHT: Roger Ackling

A facilitated reading and creative writing group inspired by the works displayed in SUNLIGHT: Roger Ackling

Each of these sessions employs a triple-pronged approach and will begin with looking at and discussing a piece of work in SUNLIGHT, followed by a shared reading of a text which will be supplied on the day.

Shared reading involves the course leader or another group member reading that week's text aloud and the group talking about the text together.

We will then carry out creative writing exercises inspired by that week’s artwork, reading and discussion.

Group participants do not need to read anything in advance or bring anything to the session – all materials will be provided. There is no expectation to read aloud, and also no pressure to speak during the sessions - active listening is respected as an important response and contribution. There is also no expectation that you will share your creative writing with other group members, it is entirely your own choice.

These sessions are aimed at adults. Tickets include museum admission.

This listing is supplied by one of our museum partners and is not moderated by Art Fund.

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