The Pomegranate Workshop

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What’s Your Story? – A creative writing module

What’s Your Story? is a 5 session intensive creating writing workshop where participants engage with elements of fiction as they compose their short stories, explore unique and expressive forms of poetry and nonfiction that will give them a wide range of exposure and fun! 
 
Using art, theatre, outdoor activities and other stimulating approaches, participants will be introduced to new stories and old, from India and beyond. Aimed at nurturing the creative spirit and sharpening the imagination, the workshops are designed especially to create a safe space where participants are constantly engaging with literature and stories using games, cues and other triggers. They are encouraged to experiment fearlessly with ideas, thoughts and words and realize their own writing potential under the guidance of our faculty. Each session will involve several writing exercises, facilitator and peer-to-peer feedback, reflections and discussions! They will be packed with activities that involve working with images, art material, craft, illustrations, film and other such stimuli that become the spring board to their writing as they work with genres such as science fiction, memoir, poetry, among others. 
 Age Group: 10 to 14 years  
Timing: 11am to 1pm (2 hours)
Dates: 18th December – 22 December
Fees: Rs 5000
Venue: The Pomegranate Workshop, Matunga  East
Faculty includes, Apeksha Harsh who holds an MA in English Literature from The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. She also has an MA in Writing from The University of Warwick, UK. 
Apeksha’s work both short stories and poetry has been published in Under the Radar, Ambit, Fusion, Here Comes Everyone and Eunoia Review. During her time in the UK, she penned the Japanese folktale-based opera Kaguyahime for Operamus. She also taught creative writing to Grade 3 students at St John’s Primary School, Coventry as part of the Warwick Writing Programme in Schools (WWPS). Later, she worked with Writing West Midlands as an Assistant Writer for the Polesworth Write On! Writing Squad. 
...among other creative writing experts!

Participants can carry their laptops for writing if they would like. Stationery for writing will be provided at the workshop 
Very limited seats, kindly respond soonest!
To register please email Ruchika on pomegranateworkshop1@gmail.com with your full name, mobile number and address. Kindly state your planned mode of fee payment in the email. If you wish to make a bank transfer kindly request for our account details in your email. Registrations will be confirmed on payment.
Payment could be by cash (at our office address given below), cheque courier (details below) or bank transfer (account details will be provided on request)
Note: Cheques maybe made out to 'Pomegranate Eduworkshop Pvt. Ltd.'. Cash Payments can be made from 11 am – 4 pm, Monday – Saturday at the Pomegranate office. Cheques can be couriered across to the office.   
The Pomegranate Workshop
Gr. Flr, ‘Kalpana’
Plot no. 14, Marubai Mandir Marg,
Next to Don Bosco School
Matunga (East) – 400 019
For further details please contact Ruchika on 8605286418