The tutor will set writing exercises, lead workshop discussions of work-in-progress, and develop your capacity to give, receive and act upon constructive feedback.
Writers working in all or any form of creative writing are welcome and you will be encouraged to identify and work with the themes and forms that interest you.
You’ll consider the role of writing as a social, cultural, historical and political meaning maker, and explore its contemporary relevance.
A positive approach to a writing life is emphasised.
Imagine if your school timetable only included the classes you felt most comfortable in and really loved...
If you are someone who has a genuine passion for creativity, whether it be in the arts, the world of performance, or via digital technology, then the School of Creative Arts at Leeds City College will offer a course that will play to your strengths and give you a timetable that will excite and challenge you in equal measure.You’ll write in the real world and be encouraged to enter competitions, write for review, write to briefs, and write alongside visual and performative creatives.You will be guided through a range of creative writing landscapes including writing for performance, prose writing, short fiction, art criticism, poetry, script writing, and novel writing, new media and zines.The majority of our successful Level 3 students progress to university whilst others have gone on to work for design companies, in backstage production, TV production, and as performing artists across a range of disciplines.In September 2019, the School of Creative Arts will be relocating to a brand new state-of-the-art Campus in the Leeds arts quarter, Quarry Hill.An interest and engagement with creating and developing your own original work.Our BA (Hons) Creative Writing* course is innovative, challenging and critically rich.The module is assessed wholly by coursework and requires your active and regular participation in writing exercises and workshop discussions of your own and your fellow students' work-in-progress.For further information contact Rebecca Stirrup: [email protected] Student produced writing is at the core of this module.It is aimed at students who wish to build writing careers wherever effectiveness and originality in communication skills are required.Writing is a valuable social currency and opens up doors.