At the Clark County Historical Museum.
The Second Annual National Unpublished Writers’ Day Workshop at the Clark County Historical Museum (1511 Main Street, Vancouver) will take place on Sunday, January 29, 2012 between noon and 5 pm.
“National Unpublished Writers’ Day is free, both in terms of admission and in the spirit of a sixties “happening” with their multiple, simultaneous events and opportunities. We do, however, welcome any contributions and donations. The event will feature a series of “creative stations” and workshops around the Museum, each offering different opportunities to learn or experience something associated with different aspects or kinds of writing. These Creation Stations and workshops serve to highlight a broad approach to writing and offer a wide array of information, theory, and practice for our visitors.
Creative stations will include: Zines, Editing/resumé writing, Writing for mobile media, Poetry, Spontaneous writing, Comedy writing, Creative writing, Radio writing, and Descriptive writing.” ~Clark County Historical Museum
This event highlights the Brautigan Library Collection at the Clark County Historical Museum, and is sponsored by Riverview Community Bank, Washington State University Vancouver and the Clark County Historical Museum.
I don’t know about you, but this workshop sounds just “write” for me! See you there.
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