Little Activist Letter Writing Workshop with Ailsa Wild
Author Ailsa Wild will be hosting a Little Activist's Letter Writing Workshop at the gallery.
The Counihan Gallery in Brunswick are partnering with Brunswick Bound.
Our annual Moreland Summer Show is championing Language & Liberty and to help celebrate these themes author Ailsa Wild will be hosting a workshop for the little activist in your life.
Do you want to make change? Something small in your community or even something dauntingly enormous? Did you know you can actually start changing the world by writing a letter?
Ailsa will ask you what issues you think are important and talk about simple letter-writing structures. Then we will figure out the best person for you to write to so you can make a difference. Because the pen is certainly mighty!
This is an inspiring workshop that harnesses children’s individual passions, giving them the literacy skills and civics knowledge to work towards changes they themselves want to see.
All materials will be provided.
This is a FREE event, but bookings are appreciated.
Ailsa Wild is a whip-cracker who ran away from the circus to write stories. She is an author, performer and community artist who loves collaboration. Ailsa is known for her Squishy Taylor series for 6-10 year olds, about the adventures of daredevil, mystery-solving Squishy (Hardie Grant Egmont), which has now been published in the US, the UK, Spain, and Brazil. The first book in her new series, The Naughtiest Pixie (Hardie Grant Egmont) published in July 2019 is about a cheeky, greedy little pixie who can’t stop getting into mischief. Ailsa is also the lead writer of the Small Friends Books series: science adventures starring microbes, molecules and mucus, where the bacteria are the heroes (co-published by CSIRO Publishing and Scale Free Network). Ailsa’s work has appeared in Meanjin, The Monthly, ABC online, #METOO: stories from the Australian movement (Picador) and on stages across Australia.
Ages 8 +
Counihan Gallery In Brunswick
Phone: 03 9389 8622