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Advanced Creative Writing for Teens

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WRITE NOW!
Advanced Creative Writing for Teens

with Sandra Roldan

11, 16, 18, 23 May 2015 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Third Floor, Ayala Museum

Young adult writers, ages 12 to 18-years-old, who want to take their writing to the next level, are invited to join Ayala Museum’s Advanced Creative Writing for Teens workshop this summer. Participants will learn new ways of honing their fiction and poetry writing skills in the company of a facilitator and fellow aspiring writers.

It is recommended that applicants to this course would have previously completed our Creative Writing for Teens workshop, although this is not a requirement.

The Facilitator 

Sandra Nicole Roldan, the facilitator for this workshop, works as assistant professor at the College of Arts and Letters, University of the Philippines, Diliman. She is a faculty member of the university’s Department of English and Comparative Literature. Besides doing her day job, Sandra is a freelance magazine contributor and English and writing trainer.

Sandra earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English Studies: Creative Writing from UP Diliman, where she graduated magna cum laude in 1998. In 2006, she earned her certificate in Korean Language & Culture from the Korean Language and Culture Center of Korea University in South Korea. Then in 2010, she earned her Masters degree in Creative Writing, also from UP Diliman.

The workshop fee is inclusive of handouts, materials, snacks, a certificate, 5 free admission to the museum and one day free access to the library.  A 5-percent discount will be given to those who will pay in full on or before May 2, 2015.

Payments can be made in cash, check, or through credit card.

P 5,500 Regular
P 4,950 Members, AGC employees, early birds (fully paid on or before May 2, 2015)

For inquiries and reservations:
CALL: 759 82 88
EMAIL: hello@ayalamuseum.org
LOOK FOR: Marj Villaflores, or any education associate

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