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Join the waitlist for 'How to write a door and walk through'

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Our November–December 2021 writing workshop series How to write a door and walk through hosted by CCA Research Associate Frances Whorrall-Campbell is now fully booked. If you would like to express interest and be added to the waiting list, please email us at [email protected]. In the past with popular workshops, we have been able to run further editions because of the interest generated.

The series approaches writing as a means of escape: a method of slipping away from the fixed ways of imagining the world and into previously un-thought possibility. Through reading critical and creative texts, participating in writing exercises and engaging in discussion, we will learn alongside each other how to create new methodologies and techniques to expand our relation to language, form and genre.

We are still looking for people expressing interest in the subsidised spot that's available for a local member of the LGBTQIA+ community from Derry City and Strabane District Council area. Email us at [email protected] with your name and the winner will be randomly selected before the series begins.

Frances Whorrall-Campbell is a researcher, archivist, and creator of text-based performances based in England. Their practice is engaged in articulating the conditions that surround various forms of knowledge production (and reception) and imagining an alternative by turning these exclusionary structures inside out, dismantling and distributing them using the tools of their own manufacture.Towards this end, they are one of the curators of Conversations Across Place, a writers’ and artists’ workshop promoting queer and decolonial approaches to landscape, and a specialist with Banner Repeater on the Digital Archive of Artists’ Publishing.

Join the waitlist for 'How to write a door and walk through'
Join the waitlist for 'How to write a door and walk through'
Join the waitlist for 'How to write a door and walk through'
Join the waitlist for 'How to write a door and walk through'