This workshop aims to ignite your creativity in an inspiring and enjoyable way. Using creative writing, storytelling and drama, the workshop is designed to stimulate the imagination, nurture creative expression and spark new ideas.
Facilitator Nicole Rourke will provide the tools to tap into your own innate creativity and get the juices flowing in a friendly and encouraging environment!
Saturday 12th July 2014 10.30 – 1.30pm – € 40 pp. Places are limited!
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Nicole trained in theatre and workshop facilitation in the Middle East. She has written, performed and directed several pieces for theatre/spoken word. Her work has received critical acclaim at festivals in Dublin, London, Edinburgh, Israel, Poland and Singapore.
Nicole is also a highly experienced facilitator and has designed a wide variety of creative workshops including Creative Writing and Storytelling at the Chester Beatty library, Drama and Creativity at the Gaiety school of acting, as well as Teambuilding Through Creativity for various organisations.
She has worked as a creative writing facilitator at the Irish Writers Centre and from 2010-11 was the resident Artist in the Community at St Patrick’s University Hospital in Dublin. This position was funded under the Artist in the Community scheme run by create and funded by the Arts Council. The project, entitled ‘Spears of Daylight’, culminated in an exhibition of site-specific contemporary art inspired by the creative writing of patients. http://www.stpatrickshosp.ie/spears-daylight-art-exhibition
Nicole is co-director of Big Smoke Writing Factory.