From the 10th to the 13th of July, 2017, the EACWP launches its first European Course for Teachers of Creative Writing take place in Normandy (France). Enrollments are already open for worldwide participante. Please fill our registration form before June the 30th.
Teaching approaches when writing from the real
A European Course for Teachers of Creative Writing
This three days course, designed by the European Association of Creative Writing Programmes (EACWP), gathers together a selection of our most expert European teachers, who will share their different methodologies, approaches and experiences in the teaching of Creative Writing. The European pedagogical dialogue considers reality within literary creation as a common thread, nurtured by a diversity of disciplines and techniques within a multicultural setting. Here you will finde the complete course syllabus.
The venue for the evening meal and overnight accommodation is, resembling a castle extracted from a Maupassant’s novel, Moulin d’Andé, a cultural association from the 12th century located in Normandy, on the Seine soars, devoted to fostering the arts and the literary creation. Thanks to its owner Suzanne Lipinska, the place became an artistic residence, where worldwide writers such as George Perec have been hosted and developed their literary works.
- Gale Burns from Kingston University (UK)
- Leen van den Berg from Creatief Schrijven (Belgium)
- Alain André from Aleph Écriture (France)
Contents and schedule
- From Monday, 10th of July to Thursday 13th
- Arrivals scheduled on Sunday, 9th and departures on Thursday 13th
The fee includes course and overnight accommodation (4 nigths) at Moulin d’Andé, breakfast, lunch, refreshments and dinner.
- 1150 € (in shared rooms)
- 1300 € (in individual rooms)
The European Association of Creative Writing Programmes (EACWP) will expend a certification to all attendants.
Please contact Lorena Briedis: firstname.lastname@example.org