CREATIVE CARTOGRAPHIES: Mapping imaginative landscapes

CREATIVE CARTOGRAPHIES: Mapping imaginative landscapes

Rebecca Sharp

Creative/Writing course

Sat 23 + Sun 24 Feb 2019

Two day course fee- £85 

In this (very) creative writing course, you will develop innovative techniques for creating detailed imaginative worlds with originality and depth. We’ll explore elements in all forms of writing – poetry, prose, performance and creative non-fiction – with a particular focus on map-making. Beginners and seasoned writers and artists will be supported; all that’s required is an interest in the subject matter and a willingness to experiment. Drawing from a wide range of reference points – literature, philosophy, cultural theory, visual art, music/sound, even scent…

Rebecca’s own work includes devising and realising complex interdisciplinary projects. Using words and a range of accessible visual techniques, she will guide you in developing multi-layered creative works – the use of sound and performance elements are also possible and can be discussed.

Days 1 + 2:  Introduction and reference points – a talk by Rebecca Sharp.
Developing ideas and techniques towards a finished work; or work that can be taken further.
Creative exercises will include walking, writing, mapping, basic drawing/mark-making, one-to-one time, project planning, editing, and some sharing.

For further information or any questions please contact us here

To book a place on the course click on this eventbrite link


After booking a place, the course schedule and details of what to bring will be provided.

If you have any questions about what’s involved, please contact: Rebecca Sharp








                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       “…a wonderful weekend with Rebecca Sharp exploring our creative voices in stimulating new ways… Highly recommended.” (Plotting, Scheming and Dreaming participant – Off the Rails, Sept 2018)


“I am told there are people who do not care for maps, and find it hard to believe.” Robert Louis Stevenson

“I wisely started with a map, and made the story fit…” JRR Tolkien

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