All the world’s a stage
How to make your play or film really strike a chord. Learn about dialogue, structure and get tips about writing for an audience.
With David Mence
Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Plus Panel Session: Dear Diary
Dear Diary
Readings and discussions about childhood diaries and journals with Sam Cooney, Maddie Kellie and Nathan Smith.
Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 7.30pm - 8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome
David Mence is Artistic Director of White Whale Theatre, dividing his time between writing and directing for theatre. He is completing a PhD in the School of Culture & Communication at the University of Melbourne.
Sam Cooney recently completed a BA (professional & creative writing) with a second major in Literature. He writes fiction, nonfiction, articles and reviews, and is the Books & Literature columnist at Voiceworks magazine.
Maddie Kelly is 16 and has been keeping journals for three years. Passionate about art, literature and music, she hopes to very soon be able to speak German fluently, travel the world and eventually own her own bookstore
Nathan Smith, now 18, has been writing journals since he was 12. He won ‘The Age Young Reviewer of the Year’ when he was in year nine
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

All the world’s a stage

How to make your play or film really strike a chord. Learn about dialogue, structure and get tips about writing for an audience.

With David Mence

Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Plus Panel Session: Dear Diary

Dear Diary

Readings and discussions about childhood diaries and journals with Sam Cooney, Maddie Kellie and Nathan Smith.

Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 7.30pm - 8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome

David Mence is Artistic Director of White Whale Theatre, dividing his time between writing and directing for theatre. He is completing a PhD in the School of Culture & Communication at the University of Melbourne.

Sam Cooney recently completed a BA (professional & creative writing) with a second major in Literature. He writes fiction, nonfiction, articles and reviews, and is the Books & Literature columnist at Voiceworks magazine.

Maddie Kelly is 16 and has been keeping journals for three years. Passionate about art, literature and music, she hopes to very soon be able to speak German fluently, travel the world and eventually own her own bookstore

Nathan Smith, now 18, has been writing journals since he was 12. He won ‘The Age Young Reviewer of the Year’ when he was in year nine

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

You want to be a Journalist?
Learn the bits and pieces of writing articles and opinion pieces for the media. You will also find out where you can send them, once polished.
With Ben Eltham
Wednesday 12 May 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Plus Panel Session: Feed Forward
Get on-the-spot feedback about your story or poem with Voiceworks editorial committee members Johannes Jakob, Ainslee Meredith and Adolfo Aranjuez Bring a piece of writing no longer than one page (size 12 font) to show them in a one-on-one situation
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

You want to be a Journalist?

Learn the bits and pieces of writing articles and opinion pieces for the media. You will also find out where you can send them, once polished.

With Ben Eltham

Wednesday 12 May 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Plus Panel Session: Feed Forward

Get on-the-spot feedback about your story or poem with Voiceworks editorial committee members Johannes Jakob, Ainslee Meredith and Adolfo Aranjuez Bring a piece of writing no longer than one page (size 12 font) to show them in a one-on-one situation

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to get published
Which magazines can you send your work to? Who can you approach for support? Come and get some advice on the big scary world of publishing.
With Liam Piper
Wednesday 9 June 2010 from 5pm-7pm.
Melbourne-based writer and journalist, Liam Piper, has experienced the anxiety of endless pitching, rejection and acceptance, as well as the giddy highs of editorship.
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to get published

Which magazines can you send your work to? Who can you approach for support? Come and get some advice on the big scary world of publishing.

With Liam Piper

Wednesday 9 June 2010 from 5pm-7pm.

Melbourne-based writer and journalist, Liam Piper, has experienced the anxiety of endless pitching, rejection and acceptance, as well as the giddy highs of editorship.

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to write a poem
Seriously, it just sounds like angst! Find inspiration, ideas and ways to make your poem stand out.
With Sean M Whelan
Wednesday 14 July 2010 from 5-7pm
Plus Panel Session
Sean M Whelan is a writer of prose, poetry and works for performance. His latest book is titled Tattooing the surface of the Moon and he is currently working with a musical project called Sean M Whelan & The Interim Lovers.
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to write a poem

Seriously, it just sounds like angst! Find inspiration, ideas and ways to make your poem stand out.

With Sean M Whelan

Wednesday 14 July 2010 from 5-7pm

Plus Panel Session

Sean M Whelan is a writer of prose, poetry and works for performance. His latest book is titled Tattooing the surface of the Moon and he is currently working with a musical project called Sean M Whelan & The Interim Lovers.

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Panel Session: How Zines can change the world
with Sean M Whelan, Gemma White, Melissa Reidy and Chaya Clancy
Wednesday 14 July 2010, 7.30pm -8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome.
Sean M Whelan is a writer of prose, poetry and works for performance. His latest book is titled Tattooing the Surface of the Moon and he is currently working with a musical project called Sean M Whelan & The Interim Lovers
Gemma White is a Melbourne poet/musician with a background in community radio and a passion for creating independent poetry publications such as Velveteen Zine
Melissa Reidy is an ardent defender of zine culture working at Sticky Institution
Chay-Ya Clancy is a prolific artist not afraid to ask questions and dive in head first. She believes that everything is possible, even if you don’t get there the first time
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Panel Session: How Zines can change the world

with Sean M Whelan, Gemma White, Melissa Reidy and Chaya Clancy

Wednesday 14 July 2010, 7.30pm -8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome.

Sean M Whelan is a writer of prose, poetry and works for performance. His latest book is titled Tattooing the Surface of the Moon and he is currently working with a musical project called Sean M Whelan & The Interim Lovers

Gemma White is a Melbourne poet/musician with a background in community radio and a passion for creating independent poetry publications such as Velveteen Zine

Melissa Reidy is an ardent defender of zine culture working at Sticky Institution

Chay-Ya Clancy is a prolific artist not afraid to ask questions and dive in head first. She believes that everything is possible, even if you don’t get there the first time

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to write a short story without it ending in a dream
Learn how to plot, structure, edit, create characters, write beginnings and imagine those dreaded endings
With Kalinda Ashton
Wednesday 11 August 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Kalinda Ashton’s short stories have been published in numerous journals and anthologies including Overland, Meanjin, The Readings Writers and Readers Anthology, and the Sleepers Almanac, as well as broadcast on ABC radio. Her first novel, The Danger Game, was published in August 2009
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to write a short story without it ending in a dream

Learn how to plot, structure, edit, create characters, write beginnings and imagine those dreaded endings

With Kalinda Ashton

Wednesday 11 August 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Kalinda Ashton’s short stories have been published in numerous journals and anthologies including Overland, Meanjin, The Readings Writers and Readers Anthology, and the Sleepers Almanac, as well as broadcast on ABC radio. Her first novel, The Danger Game, was published in August 2009

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Everything you ever wanted to know about Voiceworks Magazine
But were too afraid to ask. Learn everything about writing, submitting and getting published in Voiceworks Magazine.
With Bel Monypenny
Wednesday 8 September 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Bel Monypenny is the editor of Voiceworks Magazine. After interning at Sleepers Publishing, Bel joined Express Media as a member of the Voiceworks Editorial Committee while working by day in educational publishing
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Everything you ever wanted to know about Voiceworks Magazine

But were too afraid to ask. Learn everything about writing, submitting and getting published in Voiceworks Magazine.

With Bel Monypenny

Wednesday 8 September 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Bel Monypenny is the editor of Voiceworks Magazine. After interning at Sleepers Publishing, Bel joined Express Media as a member of the Voiceworks Editorial Committee while working by day in educational publishing

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Making Podcasts
Getting your voice out there. Learn about recording, editing and finding things to podcast about with Sarah L’Estrange
Wednesday 13 October 2010 from 5-7pm
Sarah L’Estrange is a producer on The Book Show, ABC Radio National - Australia’s premier literacy radio program
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Making Podcasts

Getting your voice out there. Learn about recording, editing and finding things to podcast about with Sarah L’Estrange

Wednesday 13 October 2010 from 5-7pm

Sarah L’Estrange is a producer on The Book Show, ABC Radio National - Australia’s premier literacy radio program

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Writing Melbourne
Inspired by the street art, architecture and lane-ways of the city? How do you write about it?
With Chris Flynn
Wednesday 10 November 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Plus Panel Session featuring; featuring Chriss Flynn, Penny Modra and George Dunford. 7.30pm-8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome.
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Writing Melbourne

Inspired by the street art, architecture and lane-ways of the city? How do you write about it?

With Chris Flynn

Wednesday 10 November 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Plus Panel Session featuring; featuring Chriss Flynn, Penny Modra and George Dunford. 7.30pm-8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome.

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

All the world’s a stage
How to make your play or film really strike a chord. Learn about dialogue, structure and get tips about writing for an audience.
With David Mence
Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Plus Panel Session: Dear Diary
Dear Diary
Readings and discussions about childhood diaries and journals with Sam Cooney, Maddie Kellie and Nathan Smith.
Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 7.30pm - 8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome
David Mence is Artistic Director of White Whale Theatre, dividing his time between writing and directing for theatre. He is completing a PhD in the School of Culture & Communication at the University of Melbourne.
Sam Cooney recently completed a BA (professional & creative writing) with a second major in Literature. He writes fiction, nonfiction, articles and reviews, and is the Books & Literature columnist at Voiceworks magazine.
Maddie Kelly is 16 and has been keeping journals for three years. Passionate about art, literature and music, she hopes to very soon be able to speak German fluently, travel the world and eventually own her own bookstore
Nathan Smith, now 18, has been writing journals since he was 12. He won ‘The Age Young Reviewer of the Year’ when he was in year nine
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

All the world’s a stage

How to make your play or film really strike a chord. Learn about dialogue, structure and get tips about writing for an audience.

With David Mence

Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Plus Panel Session: Dear Diary

Dear Diary

Readings and discussions about childhood diaries and journals with Sam Cooney, Maddie Kellie and Nathan Smith.

Wednesday 14 April 2010 from 7.30pm - 8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome

David Mence is Artistic Director of White Whale Theatre, dividing his time between writing and directing for theatre. He is completing a PhD in the School of Culture & Communication at the University of Melbourne.

Sam Cooney recently completed a BA (professional & creative writing) with a second major in Literature. He writes fiction, nonfiction, articles and reviews, and is the Books & Literature columnist at Voiceworks magazine.

Maddie Kelly is 16 and has been keeping journals for three years. Passionate about art, literature and music, she hopes to very soon be able to speak German fluently, travel the world and eventually own her own bookstore

Nathan Smith, now 18, has been writing journals since he was 12. He won ‘The Age Young Reviewer of the Year’ when he was in year nine

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

You want to be a Journalist?
Learn the bits and pieces of writing articles and opinion pieces for the media. You will also find out where you can send them, once polished.
With Ben Eltham
Wednesday 12 May 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Plus Panel Session: Feed Forward
Get on-the-spot feedback about your story or poem with Voiceworks editorial committee members Johannes Jakob, Ainslee Meredith and Adolfo Aranjuez Bring a piece of writing no longer than one page (size 12 font) to show them in a one-on-one situation
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

You want to be a Journalist?

Learn the bits and pieces of writing articles and opinion pieces for the media. You will also find out where you can send them, once polished.

With Ben Eltham

Wednesday 12 May 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Plus Panel Session: Feed Forward

Get on-the-spot feedback about your story or poem with Voiceworks editorial committee members Johannes Jakob, Ainslee Meredith and Adolfo Aranjuez Bring a piece of writing no longer than one page (size 12 font) to show them in a one-on-one situation

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to get published
Which magazines can you send your work to? Who can you approach for support? Come and get some advice on the big scary world of publishing.
With Liam Piper
Wednesday 9 June 2010 from 5pm-7pm.
Melbourne-based writer and journalist, Liam Piper, has experienced the anxiety of endless pitching, rejection and acceptance, as well as the giddy highs of editorship.
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to get published

Which magazines can you send your work to? Who can you approach for support? Come and get some advice on the big scary world of publishing.

With Liam Piper

Wednesday 9 June 2010 from 5pm-7pm.

Melbourne-based writer and journalist, Liam Piper, has experienced the anxiety of endless pitching, rejection and acceptance, as well as the giddy highs of editorship.

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to write a poem
Seriously, it just sounds like angst! Find inspiration, ideas and ways to make your poem stand out.
With Sean M Whelan
Wednesday 14 July 2010 from 5-7pm
Plus Panel Session
Sean M Whelan is a writer of prose, poetry and works for performance. His latest book is titled Tattooing the surface of the Moon and he is currently working with a musical project called Sean M Whelan & The Interim Lovers.
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to write a poem

Seriously, it just sounds like angst! Find inspiration, ideas and ways to make your poem stand out.

With Sean M Whelan

Wednesday 14 July 2010 from 5-7pm

Plus Panel Session

Sean M Whelan is a writer of prose, poetry and works for performance. His latest book is titled Tattooing the surface of the Moon and he is currently working with a musical project called Sean M Whelan & The Interim Lovers.

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Panel Session: How Zines can change the world
with Sean M Whelan, Gemma White, Melissa Reidy and Chaya Clancy
Wednesday 14 July 2010, 7.30pm -8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome.
Sean M Whelan is a writer of prose, poetry and works for performance. His latest book is titled Tattooing the Surface of the Moon and he is currently working with a musical project called Sean M Whelan & The Interim Lovers
Gemma White is a Melbourne poet/musician with a background in community radio and a passion for creating independent poetry publications such as Velveteen Zine
Melissa Reidy is an ardent defender of zine culture working at Sticky Institution
Chay-Ya Clancy is a prolific artist not afraid to ask questions and dive in head first. She believes that everything is possible, even if you don’t get there the first time
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Panel Session: How Zines can change the world

with Sean M Whelan, Gemma White, Melissa Reidy and Chaya Clancy

Wednesday 14 July 2010, 7.30pm -8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome.

Sean M Whelan is a writer of prose, poetry and works for performance. His latest book is titled Tattooing the Surface of the Moon and he is currently working with a musical project called Sean M Whelan & The Interim Lovers

Gemma White is a Melbourne poet/musician with a background in community radio and a passion for creating independent poetry publications such as Velveteen Zine

Melissa Reidy is an ardent defender of zine culture working at Sticky Institution

Chay-Ya Clancy is a prolific artist not afraid to ask questions and dive in head first. She believes that everything is possible, even if you don’t get there the first time

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to write a short story without it ending in a dream
Learn how to plot, structure, edit, create characters, write beginnings and imagine those dreaded endings
With Kalinda Ashton
Wednesday 11 August 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Kalinda Ashton’s short stories have been published in numerous journals and anthologies including Overland, Meanjin, The Readings Writers and Readers Anthology, and the Sleepers Almanac, as well as broadcast on ABC radio. Her first novel, The Danger Game, was published in August 2009
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

How to write a short story without it ending in a dream

Learn how to plot, structure, edit, create characters, write beginnings and imagine those dreaded endings

With Kalinda Ashton

Wednesday 11 August 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Kalinda Ashton’s short stories have been published in numerous journals and anthologies including Overland, Meanjin, The Readings Writers and Readers Anthology, and the Sleepers Almanac, as well as broadcast on ABC radio. Her first novel, The Danger Game, was published in August 2009

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Everything you ever wanted to know about Voiceworks Magazine
But were too afraid to ask. Learn everything about writing, submitting and getting published in Voiceworks Magazine.
With Bel Monypenny
Wednesday 8 September 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Bel Monypenny is the editor of Voiceworks Magazine. After interning at Sleepers Publishing, Bel joined Express Media as a member of the Voiceworks Editorial Committee while working by day in educational publishing
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Everything you ever wanted to know about Voiceworks Magazine

But were too afraid to ask. Learn everything about writing, submitting and getting published in Voiceworks Magazine.

With Bel Monypenny

Wednesday 8 September 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Bel Monypenny is the editor of Voiceworks Magazine. After interning at Sleepers Publishing, Bel joined Express Media as a member of the Voiceworks Editorial Committee while working by day in educational publishing

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Making Podcasts
Getting your voice out there. Learn about recording, editing and finding things to podcast about with Sarah L’Estrange
Wednesday 13 October 2010 from 5-7pm
Sarah L’Estrange is a producer on The Book Show, ABC Radio National - Australia’s premier literacy radio program
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Making Podcasts

Getting your voice out there. Learn about recording, editing and finding things to podcast about with Sarah L’Estrange

Wednesday 13 October 2010 from 5-7pm

Sarah L’Estrange is a producer on The Book Show, ABC Radio National - Australia’s premier literacy radio program

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Writing Melbourne
Inspired by the street art, architecture and lane-ways of the city? How do you write about it?
With Chris Flynn
Wednesday 10 November 2010 from 5pm-7pm
Plus Panel Session featuring; featuring Chriss Flynn, Penny Modra and George Dunford. 7.30pm-8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome.
*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

Writing Melbourne

Inspired by the street art, architecture and lane-ways of the city? How do you write about it?

With Chris Flynn

Wednesday 10 November 2010 from 5pm-7pm

Plus Panel Session featuring; featuring Chriss Flynn, Penny Modra and George Dunford. 7.30pm-8.30pm. Parents, teachers and friends welcome.

*Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call 03 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

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This is your online calendar/bible to all the upcoming events hosted by Express Media at Signal. Click on each of the photos (of our lovely workshop leaders) to find out more about each event.

More about Signal:

Once an abandoned train signal box, Signal is now an exciting new arts studio, designed exclusively for the creative ideas of 13-20 year olds. Come inside this box as Express Media presents a series of workshops, panels and publishing opportunities for young writers and media makers. Some of the works to come out of these workshops will be published in a special publication, Nanoworks Signal. Nanoworks Signal will be produced and edited entirely by young people.

Signal is right in the heart of Melbourne, behind Flinders Street Station towards Sandrige Bridge Northbank.

Booking and Details:

Each workshop and panel session is free however bookings are required. Call (03) 9094 7890 or email info@expressmedia.org.au to book a place. You must be aged between 13-20 to attend workshops. The panels are open to people of all ages.

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