Writing Transformation – poetry workshop
Please note: this event is open to University of St Andrews Students only
Writing Transformation is back by popular demand – a chance for St Andrews students to catch this workshop, where you can expect to explore themes of energy, sustainability, transition, uncertainty and risk, through a range of innovative guided activities.
And new, for this session only: you have the option to bring an idea, subject or theme you’re currently exploring in your work, or that you want to explore. With Rebecca, and as a group, we will brainstorm how the techniques of the workshop can be developed and applied specifically to your line of enquiry.
Rebecca Sharp is a writer whose work includes plays, poetry, prose, visual and collaborative projects. She is currently the inaugural Artist in Residence with the Centre for Energy Ethics (CEE, University of St Andrews), supported by Creative Scotland and CEE, writing a new poetry collection for publication in 2024. In 2020 she received a Literature Matters Award from the Royal Society of Literature and an Art of Energy Award (CEE) for her poetry collection Rough Currency (Tapsalteerie 2021).
Please see Rebecca’s Artist-in-Residence Journal: Writing Transformation.