Celebrate 45 years of The Windows Project writing games. Come and play two of their most popular on-line board games. Judy Mazonowicz and Michelle Sakim will help you write a poem on the spot!
It’s all super simple, you collect images and ideas to help you to write a poem of your own. You can choose to write about your own neighbourhood, starting with your ‘Street’, or in the world of fantasy and imagination with our ever-popular ‘Spells’ game.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is for families and children aged 7 upwards. It is advised that all children must have a parent or guardian taking part with them. Each session will last 30 minutes per family group. Adults are also welcome to form their own group for a session.
Pens and paper, and if possible, a dice.
Please email David via firstname.lastname@example.org
About The Windows Project
This summer The Windows Project celebrate 45 years of games-based writing workshops in play schemes, libraries and community venues across Merseyside and beyond. They have also run sessions for Tate Liverpool, Museum of Liverpool, Liverpool World Museum, the Bold Street Festival and many others. Their writing tutors include celebrated storytellers, playwrights, poets and authors.
You will need to book a time slot for you and your family to take part (1 ticket per group or family sharing a computer or device).
Audience: Specifically aimed at families with children. Children must take part with a parent or guardian.
Age guidance: 7 +. Adults can join in too!