Workshops in November

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Workshops in November

We've got a couple of great workshops in the next few weeks to get your hands, heads and hearts flowing.

Emu Feather Beading

First up is Emu Feather Beading with Valda Murray (Yorta Yorta, Duduroa Dhargal Aboriginal Corporation TO) where you'll learn to make jewellery using native beads and emu feathers.

Sat, 6 November 2021

10:00 am – 12:00 pm AEDT

Burraja Gallery

560 Olive Street, Albury NSW

Places limited and booking essential 


Writing Workshop with Playwright Mary Rachel Brown

Mary will be delivering a creative writing workshop focusing on character-driven narrative.

Mary Rachel Brown is a Sydney-based playwright and will be taking up residency at Albury-Wodonga’s GreenHouse in November. As part of the GreenHouse national residency program, Mary will be delivering a creative writing workshop focusing on character-driven narrative. This is a practical workshop where participants will learn how to build characters and walk in their shoes. If you have ever struggled to marry your character's motivations to a story structure, then this is the workshop for you. This workshop is suitable for experienced writers and anyone who is interested in human nature and what makes us tick.

The GreenHouse: National Artist Residency Program. A HotHouse Theatre and AlburyCity program, in association with Murray Arts.

Thurs 11 November 2021


Hyphen Wodonga
126 Hovell Street Wodonga VIC

Places are limited and bookings essential


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