Landscapes and Lorecraft: Creative Writing workshop Ages 11-18

Creative writing for ages 11-18. Join Tanya, in this fun and collaborative creative writing workshop to create your own world.

In this all day creative writing workshop, we will use our chosen set of values to devise a creation myth to inform the politics and religion of a brave new world. There will be gods, monsters and world building inspired by global tales as we go back to The Beginning
Tanya Akrofi is a writer, oral storyteller and counsellor from Lincoln. She writes for children and adults alike, blending mythology and folklore with modern challenges to creative empowering narratives.

For ages 11-18

£15  - Lunch not included, please bring a packed lunch.

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What to expect:

This workshop is taking place in the New Curtois Gallery at Lincoln Museum. This is the main temporary gallery space accessible by ramps via the Main entrance and Orientation hall. To find the New Curtois Gallery, enter the museum and walk forwards through the Gift Shop, turn left when you are in the Orientation Hall and walk towards the tall window. The New Curtois Gallery is accessible through the last large automatic doors on the right.

This session will run from 10.30 - 15.30. This will include a lunch break for which you are invited to bring a packed lunch to eat together as a group. You are welcome to take breaks as your require them.

In this workshop you will be using paper and pens. Be ready to use your imagination!

You will make a collective world map. You can take elements of it home with you.

This session is Intermediate level. Some experience of working with others is important, if not at least a willingness to be part of a group activity.

This may be challenging if you have difficulty with visualising or using your imagination. People will be talking out loud so it may be noisy, to help you with this we have noise cancelling head phones and fidget toys available. 

Here at Lincoln Museum and Usher Gallery, we welcome all participants; if you still aren’t sure whether this workshop is accessible for you or someone you care for, please email us at and we can discuss your access requirements.