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Text/Space/Architecture (TSA) – workshop students of KULeuven/Cultural Studies
24/04/2016 - 12:00 - 18:00

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Text/Space/Architecture (TSA) is a facilitator-led creative writing workshop exploring the connections between public/private spaces and the production of written text. Participants will be led through a series of writing exercises centered outside a conventional writing environment. Armed with notebooks, writers will leave the comfort of their desks, to explore different parts of the city, finding inspiration in the activities of public space, architecture, and the social relationships that take place there.

The session will consist of discussions and writing exercises with the option for participants to share their writing at various points with the group. Attendance for the entire session is required. The process will begin with a discussion. Participants will then depart to explore the city/neighbourhood and engage in writing exercises provided by the facilitator.

Following this, the group will reconnect to explore alternate methodologies to work with the text that has been created. The main goal is to explore writing exercises that can be adapted to either existing or new writing projects, rather than to complete or develop an existing project through the workshop. The workshop is centered on the practice of ‘free writing’; creating text through a stream of consciousness, rather than with specific goals or themes in mind.

Language: English

Interested participants should email by April 18, 2016 indicating their interest. The email should include the following:

– Name and Phone Number
– A short written motivation (100- 200 words) indicating their level of writing experience and interest in the workshop
Registration Deadline: April 18, 2016
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Participants will be notified of their acceptance by April 20, 2016.

Chris Dupuis is a Canadian writer, editor, and educator based in Brussels. His writing has appeared in numerous magazines, journals, and online publications. His writing methodology focuses on combining improvisation techniques with physical/environmental practices to connect with the subconscious mind. He has served as guest faculty at Concordia University (Montreal), HKU (Utrecht), and Das Arts (Amsterdam).

Initiated by Katholieke Universiteit Leuven / Culturele Studies.

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