Workshop: The RE:STORY series
Date: 23 February 2018, Friday
Place: ACC EduHub @ 51 Cuppage Road (walking distance from Somerset MRT station)
Class size: 4-12 pax (bring friends to secure the session!)
Who it’s for: Anyone who wants to learn more about creative writing and storytelling in mental health.
Age range: 18 & above
Min. requirement: A ‘pass’ in GCE O level English
*Cost per participant: $50-$100
To cover running costs, we have introduced a tiered pricing structure:
- $50/pax for class size 9-12 pax
- $75/pax for class size 5-8 pax
- $100/pax for class size 4pax
*How it works: Registrants will be notified via email on the final cost per head once we have consolidated the number of participants on the closing registration date. Payment will then be collected within a week of the workshop date.
Register by 13 Feb to confirm your place.
You will learn:
- Introduction to storytelling.
- How to craft personal stories with a niche focus on mental health.
What you gain:
- Insight into the world of writing and storytelling.
- Narrative skills in crafting mental health stories.
- A opportunity to publish your advocacy story on The Tapestry Project SG (optional)
Facilitated by: Nicole K. Founder and editor of The Tapestry Project SG, freelance writer, former journalist, and person-in-recovery. She holds a WDA-certified advanced diploma in training and assessment, and a graduate diploma in psychology. She is currently pursuing a masters in Creative Writing.
re:story (formerly FOR[E]WORD) is a registered social enterprise that champions mental well-being and is an affiliate of online magazine, The Tapestry Project SG.
re:story writing workshops are skill-based sessions that focus on empowering individuals with creative writing techniques that foster social awareness, emotional literacy, and personal development.
re:story also offers freelance writing services in content writing, copywriting and copy editing.
Earnings from re:story will sustain The Tapestry Project SG‘s advocacy work on mental health education and recovery. 50% of our profits will be donated to a selected mental health charity.
(We also consolidated a list of mental health VWOs on our GiveAsia platform whom you can donate to directly.)
Disclaimer: Our workshops are not therapy sessions. For professional support, please refer to our Help Resources list.
Cancellation policy: Workshops may be cancelled or postponed if the minimum number of four participants is not met. Participants will receive a full refund for any cancellation by us. There will be no refund for cancellations within 48hrs of the workshop date.