by April Yap (with Camille Dela Rosa on the first day)
April 20 and 22, 2016
6pm to 9pm
Tales of travel have captured the imaginations of people around the world, from ancient to modern times. Now, travel writing has become a craft that many practice, but few excel in. The fact is, some tales are told better than others. Fortunately, travel writing is a skill that can be learned by anyone determined to succeed.
Whether for personal or professional purposes, the Ayala Museum Write Now! program is offering a course on Travel Writing with facilitator April Yap. She will go over the basics of travel writing for various platforms.
April Yap used to teach creative writing at UP Diliman. She is currently Consumer Insights Director of Carat Philippines. She has two books – Stressed in the City and Ohmygosh! The Unbearable Lightness of Being Burgis. An avid traveler who wishes she could do it more, April contributes for publications like Side Trip and Kristn.com. She maintains a food/travel blog with her partner Camille.
Camille Dela Rosa was a literature teacher with a degree in the Humanities and Education from DLSU. She was editor of SideTrip, a local travel magazine, and is currently managing partner at Drink Editorial and Design specializing in sustainability communications.
The participants are required to bring or submit a draft travel piece 300 words on the first day of the session.
The workshop fee is P 3,500.00 inclusive of materials, handouts, snacks, a certificate, one day free admission to the museum and one day free access to the library. The deadline for reservations is on March 20, 2015. Early bird, Ayala Museum and Acentive members can also avail of a 10-percent discount.
Waitlisted participants from last year’s travel writing workshop will be prioritized, but new applicants are also welcome to apply!
Payments can be made in cash, check, or through credit card.
*Discounts do not apply to credit card transactions.
For inquiries, please call Marj Villaflores at 759-8288 local 25, email email@example.com or visit www.ayalamuseum.org
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