Source: Made in Stirling event page

A future without water: Creative writing workshop

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Made in Stirling is organising a creative writing workshop on November 5. The interactive event, funded by the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences, is designed around the hypothetical – but highly topical in an age of climate change – notion of life without water.

It invites participants to reflect on how our lives would be different, both locally and beyond, in the absence of water and the ramifications of a waterless world on our everyday lives and the places we know. In other words, it encourages reflection on how our lives are defined by access to water.

Besides the creative writing element, there will also be a discussion informed by research on communities in Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda, as well as Scotland. Participants will be invited to express their thoughts and ideas about the effects of life without water through images or their own writing.

A videographer will be present to record the session. The two-hour workshop is free and open to families. It will be held at Creative Stirling on King’s Street between 11:00 and 13:00 on Saturday. Booking is required.

For more information, visit https://madeinstirlingstore.com/whatson/what-if-there-was-no-water-interactive-creative-writing-workshop

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BA (HONS) English and MA Modern and Contemporary English Literature and Criticism graduate. MLitt Publishing Studies student. Passionate about anything arts-related, fascinated by pop culture, and expert compiler of personal TV-dramas-to-watch-I-won't-ever-get-round-to-actually-watching list.

BA (HONS) English and MA Modern and Contemporary English Literature and Criticism graduate. MLitt Publishing Studies student. Passionate about anything arts-related, fascinated by pop culture, and expert compiler of personal TV-dramas-to-watch-I-won't-ever-get-round-to-actually-watching list.

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