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Ekphrastic Writing Club

Ekphrastic Writing Club

Starts: Saturday, 06 August 2022, 12:00 am
Ends: Saturday, 05 November 2022, 12:00 am
Grab a cup of tea and join us in the Museum for an opportunity to explore the generative art of Ekphrastic writing. Ekphrasis has long been a vital craft tool used by poets, fiction writers, dramatists and essayists as a springboard for creative imaginings. It is the process of employing a slow and meditative response to a piece of art. Whether you’re a seasoned writer or looking to practice your writing skills in a supportive, peaceful environment, join our growing community of creatives on the first Saturday of every month for MoB’s Ekphrastic Club. Tea, coffee and materials provided.
Add to Calendar 2022-08-06 12:00 am 2022-11-05 12:00 am Ekphrastic Writing Club Grab a cup of tea and join us in the Museum for an opportunity to explore the generative art of Ekphrastic writing. Ekphrasis has long been a vital craft tool used by poets, fiction writers, dramatists and essayists as a springboard for creative imaginings. It is the process of employing a slow and meditative response to a piece of art. Whether you’re a seasoned writer or looking to practice your writing skills in a supportive, peaceful environment, join our growing community of creatives on the first Saturday of every month for MoB’s Ekphrastic Club. Tea, coffee and materials provided. Level 3, Brisbane City Hall King George Square, Brisbane City , QLD , 4000 , Australia
Level 3, Brisbane City Hall King George Square, Brisbane City , QLD , 4000 , Australia
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