POSTPONED – WORKSHOP: Storytelling w/ Kirli Saunders

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Date(s) - 07/10/2020
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Storytelling through poetry, playwriting and painting with Kirli Saunders

~ POSTPONED ~

Unfortunately, due to ill health, we will be postponing this workshop for now. We look forward to rescheduling this workshop with Kirli later this year.

If you presently hold a ticket, we’ll issue a refund – and then make sure to give you advance notice to rebook when we’re able to reschedule. We’ve emailed you as well with a little more information.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch at info@queenslandpoetryfestival.com.

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Join award-winning writer and emerging artist, Gunai Woman, Kirli Saunders as she unpacks her creative process and unorthodox journey into writing with this interactive reading and Q&A. Be guided on your own creative path with the opportunity to ask Kirli questions about First Nations arts project management, publishing, poetry, plays, painting and children’s literature.

 

What you’ll need to participate

Internet connection, a device with audio and video capability, and a Zoom account.

 

Bookings

This session, delivered via Zoom, is limited to 20 participants. Tickets cost $25 full/$15 concession and can be booked below. Attending this workshop grants you ongoing access to our QPF2020 Poetry Workshop Slack forum.

Please check your spam filter if you don’t receive confirmation/further instructions from us. Email anytime at info@queenslandpoetryfestival.com.

For each workshop we hold, we have a ticket available for a participant experiencing financial hardship. Email info@queenslandpoetryfestival.com.

Storytelling with Kirli Saunders

About Kirli

Kirli Saunders is a proud Gunai Woman and an award-winning writer of children’s literature, poetry and plays. She is a teacher and an emerging artist. Kirli created Poetry in First Languages, delivered by Red Room Poetry. Her books include The Incredible Freedom Machines (Scholastic), Kindred  and Bindi (Magabala). She is the NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year (2020).

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.