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How stories breed: Artist-in-Residence workshop with Andrew Upton

27 August 2013

The Faculty of Education and Social Work is delighted to invite its alumni, staff, and students to an exclusive creative writing workshop with its Artist-in-Residence ANDREW UPTON.

Upton be giving two separate workshops, How Stories Breed, exploring the process of writing through the examination of three texts: Hamlet, The Seagull and Oedipus Rex. Be prepared to write, listen, read and be challenged by a new approach to creativity. Prior reading or knowledge of the texts would be very helpful to the process, but not essential.

Introduced by Professor Robyn Ewing, Professor of Teacher Education and the Arts.

Event details

  • When: 11am–1pm
  • Where:

    Room 612, Education Building A35

    Click here for interactive map.


  • Cost: Free

  • RSVP: Places are strictly limited to 30 per workshop. Booking is essential and places will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Please register below.

  • Contact:

    Helen Loughlin

    Alumni Relations & Events Manager

    helen.loughlin@sydney.edu.au / 02 9351 2791

  • Speaker: Andrew Upton is a playwright, screenwriter, producer and director. He and his wife Cate Blanchett, he are co-artistic directors and co-chief executive officers of the Sydney Theatre Company (STC). They operate their own film production company, Dirty Films (Bangers and Little Fish) and have worked with Professor Robyn Ewing on the highly successful School Drama project, in partnership with the STC’s education program and the faculty, where he is an Honorary Associate. Upton and Blanchett are collaborating on an ARC Linkage Grant.


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How stories breed: Artist-in-Residence workshop with Andrew Upton

Where

Room 612, Education Building A35

Click image for interactive map.

When

27 August 2013


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