Notes from Sea and Shore at Durley Chine
An Embodied Approach to Creative Writing in Nature
This free event is brought to you by the University of Southampton and regional writing agency ArtfulScribe as part of the Coastal Writing Against Coastal Waste Project.
Join us for a wild writing session where we will explore our place in nature through an embodied approach to creative writing. Together, we’ll give space to the wild within as we walk the shoreline attuning to the senses and shifts in perspective. Through simple, accessible, earth-based writing practices we will explore what writing arises from being in conversation and connection with the natural world.
Please ensure you read the full event details before registering, including the list of what to bring with you.
The Practical Details:
Sunday 14th May: Wild Writing: Durley Chine
Times: 11.30 – 13.00
Meet at: Durley Chine Information Board, Durley Chine promenade, BH2 5JG.
Durley Chine is approximately ten minutes’ walk west of Bournemouth Pier. Durley Chine Car Park which is a minute or so away from the information board on the promenade. The information board is close to the cafe and Harvester at Durley Chine.
Please pack: a notebook and pen, a water bottle, snacks, sun screen, a sun hat, layers for warmth and cool, a raincoat, comfortable shoes you can walk in. Any medication you might need (if relevant).
If you have any questions, please contact facilitator Alice Flynn via email@example.com. Please make a note of Alice’s contact number for the event: 07398 665212.
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