Description

Are you curious about learning how art can inspire and act as a prompt for writing, words and ideas?
Sign up for my recorded class ‘Exploring Creative Writing Through Art’ (90 minutes).
In this first class we will explore why and how art can inspire and act as a prompt for writing, words and ideas. We’ll cover how to choose artworks for writing-inspired activities and why observation and description are the essential starting point. You’ll experience a variety of creative writing activities, including descriptive and free writing –  all with using art as the springboard for our ideas.
This class is part #1 of our new ‘Art and Words‘ mini-course. Purchase this class as a stand-alone class or sign-up for the complete 4 part ‘Art and Words’ course here.
What you’ll need to bring:
1. Plenty of paper – preferably in notebook form but looseleaf is OK. Your notebook
can have plain, lined or grid paper and A4 or A5 is best.
2. Coloured pens, pencils, crayons
3. A pen you like writing with
Sign up for ‘Exploring Creative Writing through Art’ with resident teacher Claire Bown and receive a link to the recording and slides. Set aside 90 minutes to complete the course and make sure you have a notebook, pen and paper with you. You can purchase this class as a stand-alone class or sign-up for the complete 4 part ‘Art and Words’ course here.