Mon, 28 June|
Unfinished. Unstarted. Work-in-progress. Half-baked. New. Not so new. Undecided. The Writers’ Lab; monthly get-togethers designed to get you writing and sharing. Have a song/idea you're working on that you want to share, get feedback and improve? These Labs are for you.
Time & Location
28 June 2021, 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
St Martins, 28 St Martins Ln, South Yarra VIC 3141, Australia
About the Event
The Writers’ Lab is a chance for you to connect with other writers while exploring craft and testing new work in a safe, supportive environment. These monthly labs provide an inclusive space, a keyboard and a small audience of peers to test out your material. The series will be guided by practising artists and professional writers: Luke Di Somma, Lucy O’Brien and Loclan Mackenzie-Spencer. Participants will share work and receive feedback from the group in a collaborative environment led by the facilitator. It’s a great space to learn from your peers, try something new and develop your work.
The Labs are open to practising MT writers: book writers, lyricists, composers. There is an expectation of some prior knowledge or experience in one of these creative disciplines so that all participants can fully benefit from feedback and discussion of the work. Please do get in touch with us at email@example.com if you have any questions or are wondering if this series is right for you. If you're thinking this might be for you, but you're not sure - it's most likely for you - but feel free to contact us if you have questions.
Please note – every participant may not get to present work at each lab. This is a space to share and learn from others and the group may decide to spend time delving into a particular work or tackling a specific issue with the facilitator adjusting as needed.
Cost: $20 per session. This fee allows us to cover the cost of the room and the facilitator’s time.
These Labs are run regularly to help grow the participants' work over a period of time, therefore we encourage you to sign up for multiple Labs to get the most out of them.