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the Talisesin project

16 October @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

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An event every week that begins at 9:30 am on Saturday, repeating until 23 October 2021

One event on 22 July 2021 at 6:00 pm

$260

The Taliesin project in Denmark, Western Australia is a series of workshops exploring the stages of a truly creative response in times of societal and environmental crisis.

The project offers a journey into the Tale of Taliesin, compelling for writers because it provides a pathway to access the poetic imagination. Taliesin means ‘radiant brow’ in Welsh and his story outlines the archetypal process of becoming a creative human being.

​The workshops will be run as part of the Denmark Arts Brave New Works Festival 2021​.

The workshop timeline is as follows:

Free Introductory talk: 6 pm on Thursday 22 July.

Stage 1 – five Saturday morning sessions of creative writing  to produce new material. 9am to 12.30pm Saturday 14th August to 11th September.

Stage 2 – editing phase.

Stage 3 – five sessions of performance technique Saturdays 9am to 12.30pm from 25 September to 23 October.

Stage 4 – dress rehearsal Friday 29 October. Two Performances Saturday 30th October and Sunday 31October (matinee).

Stage 5 – one conversation-based public forum on Saturday 6th November from 9 am to 12.30 pm on the topics in the tale.

Cost: $260 for the series of workshops (bursaries available).

For more information, visit the Theatre of the Sea’s website.

Details

Date:
16 October
Time:
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Cost:
$260
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Website:
https://www.theatreofthesea.net/copy-of-the-taliesin-project

Organisers

Denmark Arts
Horst Kornberger and Jennifer Kornberger

Venue

The Artshouse, Denmark Arts
2a Strickland Street
Denmark, WA 6333 Australia
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