Dec 5, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Centre for Stories
Celebrate our final First Nations Write Night for 2023 with a delicious dinner meal and readings of the writing we have been working on all year!
Write Night is an opportunity for First Nations people and their friends to come together to develop their writing alongside one another.
Writers can get some solid work done in quiet, or discuss concepts and receive feedback from the facilitators. If needed, Casey and Luisa will have writing prompts to encourage new ideas.
All writing styles and forms are welcome – poetry, fiction, memoir, screenplays, etc. You can bring your own snacks or dinner to eat during our break.
This session will be facilitated by Nyungar women Casey Mulder and Luisa Mitchell.
WHAT TO BRING
Bring a notebook/pad and pens, or laptop to write. You are welcome to bring your own dinner/snacks.
TRAVEL AND ACCESSIBILITY
Central Perth Train Station is a 10 minute walk from Centre for Stories. The closest parking is at 6-8 Errichetti Place at Wilson Parking.
Centre for Stories is a wheelchair-accessible building.
Casey MulderExpand Bio Collapse Bio
Casey is a Ballardong Noongar woman from Western Australia. She graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education, and has been a high school educator and Student Services leader since 2009. In 2020 she completed a Master of Leadership and Management in Education at the University of Newcastle, and returned to the School of Indigenous Studies at UWA as the Coordinator of Teaching and Learning (Indigenous Students). She has a keen interest in First Nations storytelling in all its forms, and in December 2021 she received a Creative Development Scholarship from Magabala Books to complete an editing mentorship at Night Parrot Press in 2022. In May this year, she received a Writing Fellowship from Centre for Stories in Perth, to work on a memoir manuscript, and she was recently appointed as the Acting First Nations Editor for Westerly Magazine. Alongside her career in educational leadership, Casey is keen to further her knowledge and skills in creative writing, with the hopes of becoming a published author and advocating for First Nations storytellers in Australia within the publishing industry.
Luisa MitchellExpand Bio Collapse Bio
Luisa Mitchell is a Broome-born writer, producer and filmmaker with Whadjuk Ballardong and European heritage. She lives in Boorloo on Nyungar boodjar and has a Bachelor of Screen Arts and International Relations from Curtin University. Several of her short stories have been published in print and online and she is currently writing screenplays for film.
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